There’s an indoor pool and a rooftop yoga studio at this $8M Brooklyn Heights house

Posted On Tue, September 22, 2020 By

Posted On Tue, September 22, 2020 By In Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings

Listing photos via Duplex Imaging

This $7,995,000 townhouse in Brooklyn Heights is truly one of the most unique homes we’ve seen. From the street, it looks like your average wood-frame house, but a modern addition in the rear is quite the surprise. Other unexpected perks include a two-car driveway, a 22-foot-long indoor pool, and a greenhouse that’s currently set up a glass-box yoga studio.

On street level, a garage door opens to a two-car driveway.

Off the driveway is a mudroom, which leads to the large kitchen/dining room. Here you’ll find an oversized island, custom cabinetry, two dishwashers, and a wine fridge.

The kitchen opens to the elevated garden with its greenhouse. As the listing notes, this glass-enclosed space is “perfect for a yoga or art studio, gym, office, or reading room.”

Elevated from the kitchen is the great room. It conveniently has a closet and a powder room, along with a full wall of c ustom built-in storage.

On the third floor, there are two street-facing bedrooms, each with large closets and access to a full bathroom in the hall. There’s also a laundry room.

In the rear of this level is a lovely bedroom suite with an en-suite bathroom, walk-in closet, and private covered terrace overlooking the garden.

The entire fourth floor is devoted to the master suite. The bedroom faces the street and feels extra cozy thanks to its position behind the dormer windows. There are three skylights for added natural light, as well as two walk-in closets.

There’s a full bathroom just outside the bedroom and a hall that leads to the master lounge, complete with a wet bar. A movable glass wall system surrounds the sitting room and opens to a wrap-around terrace.

Stairs from the master terrace lead up to the green roof deck.

Finally, the excavated basement has been transformed into a true oasis with wine storage, a sauna, another wet bar, and the sky-lit indoor pool.

In total, the house offers 5,500 square feet of living space, all accessed by an elevator. It’s just a block away from the A and C trains at High Street and a quick walk to Brooklyn Bridge Park.

[Listing: 72 Middagh Street by Ravi Kantha, Matthew Lesser, Gian Mitchell, and Cameron LeCates of Leslie Garfield]

Listing photos via Duplex Imaging

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Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights

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