On The Market: Duplex Beauty On Pierrepont Street Asks $3.9M

This is the kind of home that seems to have “Brooklyn Heights History” stamped across its brownstone beauty in gilded gold. The garden/parlor duplex at #1 104 Pierrepont Street (between Monroe & Henry) boasts meticulous period ornamentation, which Corcoran deems: “Quintessential. Incomparable. Spectacular.”

The 1856 coop’s essentials: 10 rooms, 2.5(?) bedrooms, 2.5 baths, central AC, 12′ ceilings. Asking price: $3,950,000, with monthly maintenance of $2,790. In addition, the living room features a cherub ceiling mural & fireplace, formal dining room with spider leaded glass corner cabinets & mahogany fireplace, inlaid parquet floors, wedding cake plaster detail & crown moldings, and a side gourmet kitchen off a sun-filled breakfast room—which spans the entire width of the house. (More photos below)

The master bedroom suite offers a soaking/Jacuzzi tub, separate shower glass steam bath & double sinks. Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the garden from a dressing area & private office. Square footage isn’t listed, but Brownstoner estimates as much as 2,800sf, plus private garden.

See the listing at Corcoran here.

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  • bhres

    that master is perfection

  • lori

    It’s a beauty, but I think 3.9 is a little high for only two floors.

  • Big Dave

    “corner of Monroe and Henry”? Aren’t they parallel?

  • Gerry

    This is a beautiful home however my home is even more beautiful we worked at maintaining a minimalistic yet warm interior design.

    These natural gas fireplaces are not so great I love my wood burning fireplaces we have 3 of them love a great fire on a evening at home with family I would never convert these to gas.

  • Gerry

    @ bhres – that mater is no master bedroom it is the garden floor level of the brownstone the low ceiling makes it feel claustrophobic.

    I agree that the interior design is beautiful but its still the ground floor too far away from young children it would not work for a young family and may turn off prospective buyers.

    We used this space for the kitchen, dinning, family room area the whole floor is open and the door under the stoop provides easy access we just love the space and call it the great room.

  • sjk

    This is a beautiful home.