Spacious, Multi-Level Living


One of the most noted, historic mansions on Brooklyn Heights’s signature street offers a sweeping, 33-foot, living and entertaining space with two fireplaces – and private spaces on three different levels.

Built in 1858, and formerly the home of the Brooklyn Women’s Club, this Pierrepont Street co-op houses distinctive spaces in its turreted, gabled brick structure. Now, one of these homes is available.

Visitors to the approximately 2,000-square-foot home enter a grand, open living/dining room featuring a wall of windows with stained-glass details opening onto tree-lined, picturesque Heights streets. This 33-foot-wide space boasts a fireplace at either end, a charming nook formed by the building’s prominent turret, and a bay window in the dining area. The kitchen with washer and dryer is just off this grand entertaining space.

Just steps down is one of the home’s three bedrooms. Steps up from the main floor are two light-filled bedrooms, including the master suite which has its own south-facing terrace. Closets abound throughout.

A rarely available home, now offered at $1,775,000. Sorry! No dogs allowed.

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