374 Vanderbilt Ave


374 Vanderbilt Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238

  • 3,648 Sq.Ft.
  • 1899 BUILT

Property Details

374 Vanderbilt Avenue is a beautifully renovated, Second Empire brownstone, circa 1895, within a charming block in the Fort Greene Historic District. Restored with detail such as original floors, cut glass door panels, plaster ceiling medallions, elaborate moldings, antique mantels, high ceilings, and more. Vintage mid-century Italian light fixtures and sophisticated lighting design throughout.


The spacious parlor floor starts with magnificent front doors and a foyer that leads to a very large main living room. It also includes a well-designed chef’s kitchen complete with Sub-Zero, Bertazzoini 6 burner range, Miele dishwasher, and is finished with a polished white quartz waterfall countertop.


The second-floor master suite has a sitting room, separate from the bedroom, with an original working fireplace, separate dressing room, and bath. There are three additional bedrooms on the third floor, one with a working fireplace, one with a decorative fireplace, and a charming bathroom.


The house has great closet space. There is additional storage in the light-filled garden level laundry room with cabinetry, sink, shelving, and steps down to a separate underground storage vault that would make a perfect wine cellar. There is also a fully self-contained studio apartment on the garden level, with a working fireplace, that is perfect for guests or rental.


374 Vanderbilt has been fully wired for the internet and has Mitsubishi split unit HVAC and separate radiator systems throughout. Professionally landscaped front patio, garden patio, and second-floor deck.



  • total bedrooms 5
  • Total bathrooms 3
  • full bathrooms 3

Financial Details

  • Sales Price $3,900,000

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area 3,648 Sq.Ft.
  • Type Townhouse
  • Year Built 1899

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