For $1.6M, two bedrooms and a terrace in the treetops of Brooklyn Heights

Posted On Mon, December 5, 2022 By

Posted On Mon, December 5, 2022 By In Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings

Photo credit: Allyson Lubow photography for The Corcoran Group

On a tree-lined block in historic Brooklyn Heights, this co-op at 123 Pierrepont Street, asking $1,595,000, is tucked within a landmarked circa 1848 townhouse. Although thoroughly renovated, the two-bedroom home offers the kind of light-filled prewar charm often found in this sought-after neighborhood. Gracious proportions, hardwood floors, and high ceilings are a backdrop for details like a wood-burning fireplace and custom shelving. The most pleasant surprise: A terrace just outside the primary bedroom.

A foyer lined with Farrow and Ball wallpaper opens into a sun-filled great room with southern and western exposures. Nearby hallway closets conceal a Miele washer and dryer.

A renovated kitchen opens into the dining area through a pass-through window. The kitchen features quartz worktops, a Wolf convection oven, a SubZero fridge, and a wine rack.

Down a quiet hallway, the primary bedroom offers a large walk-in closet. A pair of French doors lead to a charming private terrace. The room’s ensuite bath features a walk-in shower and marble basin.

Just down the hall is a second bedroom. A large windowed bath is just outside the room.

The four-story elevator co-op contains only 14 apartments. Nearby are the ferry, 11 subway lines, and the Brooklyn Bridge for a pleasant walk to Manhattan.

[Listing details:123 Pierrepont Street #2A at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by Tita Omeze]

Photo credit: Allyson Lubow photography for The Corcoran Group

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Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights



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