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With its well-preserved woodwork, plaster decoration, diamond-paned leaded windows, and other regal details, this stoopless turn-of-the-20th-century brick and limestone row house would fit right in on any of uptown Manhattan’s toniest blocks.
“It’s a unique property for Park Slope,” said Park Slope-based interior designer Jennifer Morris of JMorris Design, who created an all-new kitchen and several new baths, then decorated the house from top to bottom in a suitably glamorous idiom. “The owners really lucked out finding this mint-condition home. It’s one of