Situated on the block closest to Prospect Park, 584 11th is a charming limestone in use as a two family house. It is the first in the row of 15 neo-Italian Renaissance houses that builder Thomas F. Martin began to construct in 1897. Both inside and out, 584 is filled with lovely historical details. The owners' duplex is accessed with a private, under-the-stoop entrance. The front parlor has original shutters and a decorative fireplace. The dining room is in the middle of the house with wide doorways leading to the parlor and the kitchen, giving rise to a full floor-through line of sight. And the kitchen, facing the south-facing garden, is light, bright and open. There is a full bath on this floor as well.
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