If you are looking to own a home with its own Chashitsu in Brooklyn then check out newly listed townhouse in Park Slope. The townhouse was converted from a three-family to a single-family home by the current owners, who are of Japanese descent. The transformation featured elements of their Japanese heritage throughout the home without sacrificing functionality. The townhouse offers 4.5 bedrooms and 2 traditional Japanese bathrooms, equipped with showers and Jacuzzi soaking tubs, spread between the ground level and the top floor. Other features include the traditional tea ceremony room, Chashitsu, which was custom built with tatami mats and a kitchen preparation area. The Chashitsu overlooks the Japanese inspired garden, which includes a healthy Japanese maple, a fruiting peach and willow tree, bamboo, and a Chashitsu patio. On the parlor level the townhouse features an open kitchen looking out over dining room and living room which have been built out with classic French wainscoting, tin ceiling, molding, and elegant chandelier; all exemplified with a mirrored centerpiece. 641 Warren Street also offers over 2,000 SF of outdoor space including a balcony off the kitchen with a gas BBQ grill. There is a spiral staircase down from the balcony to the garden, which has a healthy Japanese maple, fruiting peach and willow tree, bamboo, and much flora. The Chashitsu patio is raised and looks out over the greenery. On the rooftop is a fenced-in roofdeck accessible via pull down stairs perfect for taking in sunlight. 641 Warren Street, Park Slope is currently listed for $2,995,000 with Eric Volpe of Douglas Elliman.