Archive for the ‘Recently Sold’ Category

Lives Like a Loft in a Brownstone Neighborhood

Friday, March 30th, 2012


Spacious, open-plan living is the most-desired hallmark of urban living – but so rarely available in brownstone neighborhoods. This three-bedroom condominium in a recently-developed building combines the open space of a loft with the character of the Heights.


Rarely Available Heights House

Friday, January 6th, 2012



A rare opportunity to experience life on one of the premiere streets in Brooklyn Heights. This single-family home on elegant Willow Street, one block from the Promenade, near shopping and dining, is now available for your family’s enjoyment. (more…)

Opportunity with Views, Space and Light

Monday, April 26th, 2010



The long-time home of one of Brooklyn Heights’s most notable residents offers four sun-filled exposures from a high floor in a prominent Heights building. The rambling spaces, filled with character and detail, offer an opportunity to bring your vision to a distinctive canvas.


A Lofty View Makes The Heights an Easy Choice

Friday, March 26th, 2010

75home.jpg IN CONTRACTIn central Brooklyn Heights, we have many features that make our neighborhood so livable: access to multiple transportation lines, great schools, proximity to Manhattan and Brooklyn dining and entertainment. Add a striking view from high over the Heights and it makes an easy choice. (more…)

Up Above in the Heights

Friday, March 5th, 2010

clarkhome.jpgIN CONTRACTOn the top floor of one of the most distinctive co-op apartment buildings in the Heights, this three-bedroom home offers light-filled spaces. (more…)

A Sparkling Two-Bedroom

Friday, February 5th, 2010

 livingrooomhome.jpg IN CONTRACTThis shiny, well-kept two-bedroom condo was brand new just three years ago – and it features lots of custom extra details. This conveniently-located  home is close by transportation, schools, shopping, dining and entertainment in Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill. (more…)

Opportunity on a Coveted Block

Saturday, November 14th, 2009

exterior.jpgIN CONTRACTThe “Places” in Brooklyn Heights, block-long havens between the main streets, have long been desired for their low traffic, low street noise, and the feeling of community they foster. This turn-of-the-20th-century single-family home is mid-block on the most convenient of the Places. The house retains many of that era’s details and awaits your vision to make it your own. (more…)

Townhome Living with White-Glove Service

Friday, May 15th, 2009

198hickscolumn.jpgIN CONTRACTAt this singular property, the seclusion of a private entrance surrounded by a patio and garden combines with the unparalleled service provided by one of Brooklyn Heights’s finest buildings to create an unusually welcoming home. This three-bedroom co-op apartment lives like a private maisonette. (more…)

A Heights Landmark — An Enduring Value

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009

Remsen Street’s tree-lined blocks encompass some of Brooklyn Heights’s most distinctive homes, from stately mansions to elegant rowhouses. This is one of the finest, now offered at a price that represents today’s market.

A winning combination of period detail and warm family spaces, this early 1840s brick townhouse, located just a block away from the Promenade, contains more than 5,000 square feet of thoughtfully designed living area on its four floors. Its second-story bow makes it one of the most interesting of the Heights’s Greek Revival façades, and the home has been published in surveys of Brooklyn historic neighborhoods.

Behind that façade, you’ll discover intact period details, including banisters, ceiling medallions, wainscoting, crown moldings, mirrors and mantelpieces. Leaded glass accents doorways and windows, and provides a colorful conclusion to a walk up the staircase. But more than a showcase for antique detail, the home has been designed to create a quiet sense of calm and serenity.

The garden floor features a warm, inviting family room with built-in bookshelves flanking a fireplace. An ample guest bedroom, a real laundry facility, plentiful storage, and access to the garden complete the floor. After entering through the leaded-glass-framed front door, the parlor floor flows from an elegant entrance foyer, opening to a south-facing, sunlit living room. The formal dining room eases elegant entertaining with built-in cabinetry and fireplace. An extension to the rear created a spacious kitchen with a cozy, fireplaced sitting and breakfast room, a real room that will encourage gathering. Glass doors lead to a leafy landscaped garden, and skylights bring in more light from above.

One floor above lies a real discovery, the full-floor master suite. The centerpiece is a fireplaced, sunlit bedroom with an adjoining sitting room, a space for personal reflection glowing with light from the leaded-glass window tracery in that distinctive bow. You’ll want to linger in the spa-like bath with dual sinks, a soaking tub with whirpool, and separate steam-shower enclosure. The room-sized dressing area includes built-ins and its own decorative fireplace. The home’s upper floor houses three additional spacious bedrooms and updated baths.In the1840s, just as Brooklyn became a city, successful New York merchants made Remsen Street their home, constructing a row of sturdy, stately brick homes on the tree-shaded street. Those homes remain, updated for our comfort, but with elegant echoes of the past.

Now offered at $5.6 million.

Value for Family Living or Income — Now Reduced!

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

henrymulti1.jpg Located on a prime Brooklyn Heights corner, this spacious home plus ground-floor store offers intriguing possibilities for either a single-family home, a duplex with income-producing apartment, or a real-estate investment in a rarely available Heights property. (more…)

Make the Heights Your Home

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

Mansion House


Here’s the chance to own a home in Brooklyn Heights, on a picturesque block, in an established building with in-demand services such as a doorman — at a very attractive price. (more…)