This $2.3M Bed-Stuy brownstone has everything you’d want in a home, plus a top-floor apartment

Photo credit: Stefano Ukmar

This 1870s brownstone at 342 Decatur Street in the neighborhood’s landmark Stuyvesant Heights district, asking $2,300,000, checks all of the boxes for Brooklyn townhouse living. Graceful architectural details like marble mantles and chair rails have been preserved and enhanced. A considered renovation from designer Allegra Muzzillo of ACM Interiors has added stylish and functional upgrades and luxuries. There’s a landscaped, paved backyard and a finished basement rec room. Finally, the owners’ space on the first three floors is topped by a move-in-ready floor-through apartment for rental income.

This reimagined historic residence—once featured in Rue magazine—features covetable modern interior details like herringbone-patterned white oak floors, custom cabinetry, recessed LED lighting, and statement fixtures. The owners’ triplex begins on the garden level with an open layout fronted by a formal living room.

A stunning eat-in kitchen features custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. At the back of the kitchen, massive La Cantina sliding glass doors open onto the home’s back patio and yard, with a waterfall deck and custom bluestone pavers. The sliding glass panels are equipped with remote control shades for privacy and light control.

Between the two rooms is an open dining area. Built-in cabinets and shelving, and a marble-mantled fireplace frame the space.

The triplex’s three bedrooms offer classic brownstone features like plaster moldings, built-in shelving, ceiling medallions, and marble fireplaces, enhanced perfectly by modern statement lighting. The primary bedroom offers a spacious custom-outfitted walk-in closet. The primary bath is a designer’s dream with a walk-in shower and large soaking tub, matte black bath fixtures, and Moroccan floor tiles.

On the top floor of this two-family home is a one-bedroom floor-through apartment. The home’s tasteful design is evident here as well, and the space has treetop views and plenty of sunlight. A chic, open kitchen sits at one end of the space, and a large, bright bedroom anchors the other side.

The cellar level of the townhouse offers a bonus: In addition to mechanicals, storage space, and a washer/dryer, there’s a fully finished space that can be used as a gym, rec room, or media room.

Throughout the home, the mechanical systems are up to date, including electrical and plumbing. Highlights include a high-efficiency tankless hot water system, high-efficiency heating, and cooling systems on all floors, smart thermostats with sensors, and a high-efficiency extra-large washer and dryer.

[Listing details: 342 Decatur Street at CityRealty]

[At Nest Seekers International by Ban Leow and Howard Ramlal]

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