Monday, January 4, 2016

Victorian To View

Are you ready to get back to your routine?  Today there's a beautiful Victorian for you to view!  She is a beauty and so different from what is seen online now.  She's full of beautiful details and is a stunner.  This is a listing from a few years back so I don't know if she is still on the market.

Magnificent four story brick and limestone mansion overlooking Prospect Park. Built in 1896 by Charles G. Peterson, this Victorian home is one of the finest homes in New York. Offering 6,000SF, this 20’ wide home extends 78’ on three levels. The exquisite parlor floor boasts a front parlor with African mahogany details, center oak stairs, stunning formal dining room with double doors that lead down to the garden and a huge professional kitchen with exquisite stained-glass rear bay with gorgeous fretwork in the sitting area. All three rooms have working fireplaces. The floor above has two master bedroom suites with private baths, two working fireplaces and gorgeous birdseye maple details throughout. The top floor has two more large bedrooms, two full baths, gorgeous chestnut details, laundry room, and a terrace that has stairs that lead to the roof with panoramic New York City views.  It was listed by the Corcoran Group with 14 rooms and 4 floors.







For more information, contact the Corcoran Group here.



  1. Happy New Year, Jannie Pooh! Oh, this is just so beautiful. Love the floors and all of the stunning colors. Can you imagine living in something like this? Here's to another year of blogging with you.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  2. Thank you Sheila! Happy New Year to you! I would love to give living there a try, maybe I will even have a maid and cook there as well. We can imagine, can't we! Take care of that little knee. Yes, here's to another year of blogging with you, Sheila!

  3. What a beauty! It's sold ( I have no idea why I checked!) And I am also -on Downtown Abbey! Thank you so much for the lovely post.

    1. Thanks Princess! That's interesting to know, that house is just too beautiful to stay on the market.