Classic Brooklyn Heights brownstone duplex with private roof deck and historic views. Located in a 25' wide, five story, elevator townhouse co-op, this spacious fourth-floor home overlooks picturesque, treelined Pierrepont Street. This three-bedroom, two full bathroom apartment offers gracious details throughout including lofty ten-foot ceilings, beautiful custom millwork, hardwood floors and French doors.
This duplex's main entrance leads to the oversized and inviting living room, with the focal point being the lovely wood burning fireplace framed by a carved wood mantle and stone hearth. Custom built-in bookshelves add an additional charming touch. Bright northern exposure immerses both the living room and third bedroom (or den) in sunlit brilliance. Oversized windows offer quiet, historic tree top views while enhancing the home's grand scale.
The adjacent kitchen features a large island, rare green granite counter tops and custom white shaker cabinets throughout. The large south facing second bedroom offers closet space and an abundance of natural light with a bathroom and a full-size washer and dryer just beside it. Convenient closet nooks are built in under the stairs, maximizing storage space.
Located up the stairs on the second level, the bright primary bedroom offers privacy and southern exposure, complete with an en-suite bathroom, large built out closets and additional built-in storage.Perfect for summer gatherings, the incredible private roof deck delivers sweeping views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines and scenic Brooklyn Heights Historic District. Additional storage for cushions, furniture and gardening supplies is included on this level.
Built in 1855, 22 Pierrepont Street is a self-managed, six-unit townhouse between Willow and Hicks Streets. This intimate coop is just one block from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and offers common storage space in the basement. Apartment 3 presents a rare opportunity to live on a highly sought after, historic block with both pre-war charm and modern sensibility. From lush, waterfront outdoor space at Brooklyn Bridge Park, to dining experiences at nearby Noodle Pudding, Cecconi's, Grimaldi's and La Vara and shopping at the year-round Green Market at Borough Hall, this residential enclave encapsulates the best of Brooklyn. Immediate proximity to public transportation and easy access to Manhattan. Pets are permitted with board approval.