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.