Brown Harris Stevens has just listed a townhouse for sale at 32 Livingston Street with the kind of lofty price tag we’re becoming accustomed to in Brooklyn Heights: $6 million. This follows the sale of the Capote House on Willow for $12 million in March, a Garden Place townhouse for $10 million in February and a Watchtower residence on Orange in January for $7.1 million.
Curbed is certainly seduced by the Livingston property’s historic beauty, which BHS describes as a “great American home available to connoisseurs, preservationists, townhouse lovers, or anyone that would like become one.”
The 25X54-foot brownstone, built in 1850 and “mindfully preserved for 162 years,” is currently configured as an upper triplex with a full “versatile” attic, a garden floor rental and a high-ceilinged cellar. The main living space features 7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 wood-burning fireplaces and 4 decorative fireplaces, along “with the highest degree of craftsmanship and thought, in grand Italianate style.”
Much more detail is available with the full listing here, including the full floorplan and eight photos.