Beautiful stained glass interior of this Gilded Age, NY mansion ~ Located at: 108 Eighth Ave, Brooklyn, NY ~ Built in circa:1899

Ornate Century-Old Townhouse Wants To Be a Mansion Again

Beautiful stained glass interior of this Gilded Age, NY mansion ~ Located at: 108 Eighth Ave, Brooklyn, NY ~ Built in ~~ (NY curbed, image) ~~ {cwl}

Nice Front Entry

I love this foyer flooring. Foyer with slate floor tile set in herringbone pattern. Foyer opens to living room with wide plank white oak floors.

The stained glass pocket doors of the guest room on the second floor include original hardware. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel)

The stained glass pocket doors of the guest room on the second floor include original hardware. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel) Plus

screened in porch

Stunning details of and floors leading to a quaint porch setting! The light featured here is a French Quarter on a Yoke Bracket Bevolo

Not only did this residential interior design project harmoniously achieve the clients’ objectives, but it also earned first place in the Sub-Zero and Wolf 2013-2014 Kitchen Design Contest for the Eastern Canada region.

Not only did this residential interior design project harmoniously achieve the clients’ objectives, but it also earned first place in the Sub-Zero and Wolf Kitchen Design Contest for the Eastern Canada region.

This stately home in the heart of East Hill was built at the turn of the century by a local Lumber Baron, who owned a good portion of East Hill, using exclusively "heart of pine" wood. He commissioned skilled craftsmen for the elaborate woodwork, paneling and grand staircase to show off the wood. The home has been held in the same family for over fifty years. Located on half an acre near the center of the city. From the moment you enter the vestibule of this timeless home you will…

This stately home in the heart of East Hill was built at the turn of the century by a local Lumber Baron, who owned a good portion of East Hill, using…

This stately home in the heart of East Hill was built at the turn of the century by a local Lumber Baron, who owned a good portion of East Hill, using exclusively "heart of pine" wood. He commissioned skilled craftsmen for the elaborate woodwork, paneling and grand staircase to show off the wood. The home has been held in the same family for over fifty years. Located on half an acre near the center of the city. From the moment you enter the vestibule of this timeless home you will…

This stately home in the heart of East Hill was built at the turn of the century by a local Lumber Baron, who owned a good portion of East Hill, using…

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