Designed by the revered Brooklyn Home Company (TBHCo) — a cooperative of artists and builders — this Park Slope townhouse offers quality craftsmanship and premium finishes and has multiple units.

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The residence at 404 11th Street #2 in Park Slope, Brooklyn has nearly 1,800 square feet of spacious living area are curated by creative director Lyndsay Caleo and adorned with work by Brooklyn artist Fitzhugh Karol, Lyndsay’s husband and frequent collaborator, whose signature style includes abstract shapes and organic carved forms.

The property was previously a six-apartment tenement building, which was converted into four full-floor, three-bedroom residences. Each apartment has a spacious private outdoor space. Having three exposures of light was a top priority for the Brooklyn Home Company, which was possible due to the neighboring driveway, which can’t be blocked.

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The home embodies TBHCo’s hallmark style: A family-run company, TBHCo creates comfortable living spaces infused with art and superior craft. TBHCo’s in-house creative team of architects, designers, artists and developers, conceive life in their buildings down to the smallest detail, with custom hand-crafted elements, eco-minded features and integrated art pieces.

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Each residence features private outdoor space and storage. Windows facing north, south and west flood each abode with great natural light amplified by tall ceilings and engineered white oak flooring. Upper units boast expansive private terraces, while the lower units both include large private gardens.

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The first-floor duplex also features an expansive, flexible rec room level with powder room. In each home, spacious living areas accommodate comfortable seating and dining, and kitchens dazzle with Pietra Cardosa countertops and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances by Sub-Zero, Viking and Bosch.

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Unit # 2 is listed for $2.395 million with Douglas Elliman.