104 Pierrepont St, 1 - Brooklyn Heights, New York
104 Pierrepoint is a living piece of NYC history located on Brooklyn Heights' most beautiful and sought after street. Consistently featured in AIA Guide to New York City, this grandly proportioned 25-foot wide Italianate townhouse was built 1856 on land belonging to Hezekiah Beers Pierrepont, the man who established New York's first commuter suburb at the foot of the Fulton Street Ferry landing. Turned into cooperative apartments by the AIA Guide's author, Norval White, this richly detailed, nearly 3,000 square foot duplex with 700 square feet of private outdoor space consists of 3 bedrooms (1 interior) and 2.5 bathrooms. The majority of the cellar space for the entire property is exclusively dedicated to this apartment and presents a further opportunity to develop livable space (please see proposed floor plan). This rare home is ideally located, close to transportation and all the services and amenities that abound in New York City's first landmark district, Brooklyn Heights. Off-street 24/7 deeded luxury parking is available for purchase as well.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman