It’s hard to find a lot of fault with this one, a beautifully renovated four-story one-family brick townhouse in a prime northern Brooklyn Heights location. It’s even got a garage parking space, and a backyard as well.
Spacious at 20 feet wide, with close to 3,000 square feet, the place is in flawless condition, with dark wood floors, exposed wooden beams and three fireplaces, at least one of which is functional.
The kitchen, housed in what looks like a rear extension, is narrow but very nicely done, with black granite counters and a Viking range. The one bathroom pictured is elegantly put together as well.
Laid out with two bedrooms and a bath on each of the top two floors, the place has two full open floors of living space on the parlor and garden floors. Which is a lot — the garden floor looks essentially vacant in the photos — but there are worse problems to have than a surfeit of space.
Interestingly, the garage is located around the corner, with an additional outbuilding behind it, a PropertyShark map reveals. That leaves room for a yard about 30 feet long on the l-shaped lot.
There’s also a patio off the parlor floor, with a smaller one above. One possible quibble: The house has no stoop.
The listing is from Terry Naini at Town Residential.
The ask is $4.5 million — no small sum, but it’s a lot of house. How do you like it?
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