The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a rental in Brooklyn Heights, a wide brick house in Cobble Hill and a single family in Greenwood Heights.
It's a rare rental that can boast a location in a building with 19th century Brooklyn Heights history bona fides and a starring role in a campy occult thriller.
Attracting artistic residents for at least a century, a Neo-Grec brownstone mansion facing the Brooklyn Heights Promenade played a leading role in a 1977 campy occult thriller.
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Aw, man, get ready to drool! This co-op at 10 Montague Terrace, a 15,000-square-foot mansion overlooking the promenade in Brooklyn Heights, is something to behold. High ceilings, incredible original woodwork, high-end modern kitchen and bath and, of course, the views. Wow. The asking price is pretty astronomic for a one-bedroom–$1,795,000–but there’s also a study which doubles as a guest bedroom with its own bathroom as well as a large walk-in closet in the master bedroom. Added bonus: The communal entry hall, with its incredible staircase, floors and wood paneling.
10 Montague Terrace, #3BC [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark