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This mid 19th century rowhouse on a quiet street in Park Slope was in relatively poor condition when purchased by the client. The house next door had burned down many years before, leaving the lot vacant and overgrown, and the new owners wanted to build a structure in its place that would connect to the existing house.
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Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to American Home Style: The Row House
To keep the main level quieter and more secure, it was raised several feet above the sidewalk. The large flight of stairs that leads to the front door is often made of stone, making the lower level architecturally distinct from the upper levels.

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March 28, 2012
To keep the main level quieter and more secure, it was raised several feet above the sidewalk. The large flight of stairs that leads to the front door is often made of stone, making the lower level architecturally distinct from the upper levels.
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September 5, 2011
Red brick. Black trim.
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December 26, 2010
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