“Queen of Brooklyn Heights Houses” For Sale

The AIA Guide to New York City (5th Ed. 2010) calls 29 Middagh Street (corner of Willow)

[t]he queen of Brooklyn Heights houses: a wood-painted, gambrel-roofed Federal house with a garden cottage connected by a garden wall.

According to Curbed, it can be yours for a cool $7 million.

Photo: C. Scales for BHB.

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  • AEB

    Surely there are any number of queens in Brooklyn Heights. Well, come to think of it….

  • B.

    Let’s hope, should the new owners install central air-conditioning, that they opt for the Unico System. The sight of giant units protruding from walls in historic rooms, or even large grills, would be pretty sad. Unico has small holes that fit in floors, walls, and ceilings — a better choice, unless you like the look of big louvers.

  • DIBS

    It’s a big property for sure but the living spaces don’t shout “$8 Million” and yes, without central AC. Only in NYC.

    I installed a Unico system in a house and absolutely love it.


    Worth every penny.