"The 1829 Eugene Boisselet House is commonly referred to as the "queen of Brooklyn Heights." It is an almost perfectly proportioned and exquisitely detailed, wooden Federal clapboard house with a rear carriage house and garden. At the time, these houses were typically painted white with green latticed blinds. While generally characterized by the classical simplicity that marked the style, Number 24 is particularly notable for its front doorway with its "delicately leaded toplight and sidelights and elegantly carved ornaments."
Brooklyn Heights Historic District National Register #66000524"