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Kurt Andersen lists stunning $4.6M townhouse in Brooklyn



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This Brooklyn townhouse comes with literary cred, a reasonably backyard featured in a shiny shelter journal — and a hefty $4.65 million price ticket.

The sellers are Spy journal co-founder and Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen and his spouse, journalist/creator Anne Kreamer, who purchased the house for $595,000 in 1989 (about $1.3 million as we speak).

Inbuilt 1890, the four-story, 2,944-square-foot dwelling, at 41 2nd Place in Carroll Gardens, comes with five bedrooms, 2½ bogs, 4 fireplaces and loads of built-in bookcases and locations to jot down for the creator of “Evil Geniuses: The Unmaking of America.” 

The house additionally contains a entrance backyard with cedar and kousa dogwood bushes and geraniums, whereas a bluestone sidewalk results in a hidden courtyard.

Inside, there’s a lobby with ebony-stained wooden floors, a proper eating room and plenty of storage.

Interior of the living room inside the home.
The house provides 2,944 sq. toes of residing area.
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The home's eat-in kitchen.
The townhouse has an eat-in kitchen.
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A bedroom inside the townhouse.
One of many Brooklyn abode’s 5 bedrooms.
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There’s additionally an eat-in chef’s kitchen, walk-in pantry and laundry room.

The kitchen’s rear wall of floor-to-ceiling screened doorways opens to a 500-square-foot backyard, featured in Domino journal, good for entertaining and al fresco eating, and full of shade: hollies, hydrangeas and a redwood tree.

Subsequent up is the double-parlor flooring with authentic plaster moldings, floor-to-ceiling casement home windows, a library and two woodburning fireplaces with marble mantles.

Interior shot of room with a fireplace.
The 41 2nd Place dwelling has 4 fireplaces.
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Exterior of the home's garden.
The Carroll Gardens dwelling has a 500-square-foot backyard all its personal.
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The third flooring options excessive ceilings, cherrywood flooring, casement home windows, customized bookcases and two fundamental bedrooms — one is presently used as a house workplace, one other has a woodburning hearth and an ornamental one.

Lastly, the fourth flooring hosts the opposite three bedrooms, one is presently used as a media room with a skylight and roof entry. The couple are shifting on up — to the Higher East Aspect.

The itemizing brokers are Tita Omeze and Lisa Detwiler of Corcoran.