A rare opportunity to live in an architectural gem! Located in the historic district of Park Slope, one block from Prospect Park, this one-bedroom home in the Chiclet Mansion awaits its new owner. Built in 1890 for Thomas Adams, the inventor of Chiclet chewing gum, the Chiclet mansion is considered one of the finest examples of Romanesque Revival architecture in New York City.
Coffered ceilings that soar over 12', walnut wainscoting, beautiful parquet wood flooring, decorative grand fireplace and an updated kitchen with marble countertops, commercial grade cooking range and stainless-steel appliances are some of the details that will be sure to delight all in a highly regarded landmark building.
As one enters the home, you'll initially pass through the long gallery hallway, perfect for displaying artwork and/or photos. The gallery hallway neatly opens into the open-concept kitchen and living/dining area. Built-ins in the living room will appeal to those who desire an at-home library to house their book collection.
The bedroom features tall ceilings and bay windows that overlook a green garden to provide a calm and serene personal space.
The Chiclet Mansion is conveniently located on 8th Avenue in North Park Slope, only one block from Prospect Park. Enjoy easy access to the 2/3 trains at Grand Army or the B/Q at 7th Ave. Shopping, Restaurants and Nightlife are nearby on 7th Ave and Flatbush Ave.