A stunning two-family home located in the heart of Brooklyn Heights. This New York Landmarks Conservancy, Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award winning 4,210 square foot immaculate brownstone was fully rebuilt with all the modern conveniences discerning homeowners desire today.
Uniquely positioned on Grace Court with the lush and manicured rear gardens of Remsen Street townhomes clearly visible through the street side fenestration and unobstructed views to the south of the natural verdant landscape, Brooklyn rooftops and the Verrazano Bridge in the distance. You might forget you are actually living in an equally vibrant urban environment.
Located on a quiet cul-de-sac street in New York City's first historic district, Brooklyn Heights, this Brooklyn Heights Association Annual Award winner for Restoration Excellence, Feb 23, 2010, is configured with a center-stair with high ceilings resulting in generously proportioned full building width rooms on all floors.
Large skylight located above the center staircase floods the interior of the home with natural light, a rarity in traditional Brooklyn townhomes. The south facing rear wall provides views of landscaped rear gardens and brownstone Brooklyn rooftops over the lower elevation townhomes on Joralemon Street and beyond.
If you prefer a single-family home over a two-family configuration then a conversion to your preferred layout is straightforward.