The one-bedroom has tall ceilings, bay windows and elaborate woodwork in the living room.
A Columbia Heights mansion that once belonged to the Squibb family offers plenty of original details and proximity to the promenade.
This Brooklyn Heights duplex is cooler than the average rental. It's got a distinctive and attractive living space and views of the harbor and skyline from both its bayed windows and a rooftop deck above. The setting is notable as well — it's on the top two floors of a Columbia Heights mansion (formerly the Squibb Mansion) whose rear facade faces the Promenade.