113 Willow Street

113 Willow Street

New York USA
40.6976847 -73.995422
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$8,950,000
Plot
26.67' x 100.5'
Stories
4
Annual Taxes
$27,846
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Brooklyn Heights: Between Pierrepont Street & Clark Street
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Gracious Ceiling Heights
Open Floorplan
Renovated
Luxurious Finishes
24'-wide
Nearly 27'-wide Bluestone Garden
Multiple Outdoor Spaces
Fireplace
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$8,950,000
Plot
26.67' x 100.5'
Stories
4
Annual Taxes
$27,846
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Brooklyn Heights: Between Pierrepont Street & Clark Street
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Gracious Ceiling Heights
Open Floorplan
Renovated
Luxurious Finishes
24'-wide
Nearly 27'-wide Bluestone Garden
Multiple Outdoor Spaces
Fireplace

Originally built in 1829, 113 Willow Street offers the rare opportunity to own a 24'-wide, mint condition, Federal-style townhouse. Set on one of the most coveted, tree-lined blocks in Brooklyn Heights, this gracious townhouse recently underwent a full gut renovation and restoration.

113 Willow Street is designed in a classic contemporary style, which is accentuated by luxurious finishes and an intelligent layout. The open layout parlor floor includes a gracious living area, dining space, and a chef's kitchen, adorned with a Wolf range and Subzero refrigerator. This beautiful home is also outfitted with an oversized rear garden and a secondary kitchen on the garden level ideal for either entertainment or a guest suite. The garden is paved with bluestone and receives unobstructed sunlight.

The full-floor master suite includes bedroom, en suite master bath, walk-in closet, dressing room, and office. Above, there is a gracious floor with secondary bedrooms, outdoor space, and an informal family room. Additionally, this luxurious abode boasts two marble wood-burning fireplaces, large windows that flood the space with incredible light, central air conditioning, and smarthome technology system.

An urban sanctuary only minutes from Downtown Manhattan and steps from the burgeoning retail on Montague Street, Henry Street, and Old Furman Street, Number 113 blends luxury and history like few other homes. With quick access to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park, 113 Willow Street presents a discerning purchaser the opportunity to own a completely restored piece of New York City’s first historic district.

Originally built in 1829, 113 Willow Street offers the rare opportunity to own a 24'-wide, mint condition, Federal-style townhouse. Set on one of the most coveted, tree-lined blocks in Brooklyn Heights, this gracious townhouse recently underwent a full gut renovation and restoration.

113 Willow Street is designed in a classic contemporary style, which is accentuated by luxurious finishes and an intelligent layout. The open layout parlor floor includes a gracious living area, dining space, and a chef's kitchen, adorned with a Wolf range and Subzero refrigerator. This beautiful home is also outfitted with an oversized rear garden and a secondary kitchen on the garden level ideal for either entertainment or a guest suite. The garden is paved with bluestone and receives unobstructed sunlight.

The full-floor master suite includes bedroom, en suite master bath, walk-in closet, dressing room, and office. Above, there is a gracious floor with secondary bedrooms, outdoor space, and an informal family room. Additionally, this luxurious abode boasts two marble wood-burning fireplaces, large windows that flood the space with incredible light, central air conditioning, and smarthome technology system.

An urban sanctuary only minutes from Downtown Manhattan and steps from the burgeoning retail on Montague Street, Henry Street, and Old Furman Street, Number 113 blends luxury and history like few other homes. With quick access to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park, 113 Willow Street presents a discerning purchaser the opportunity to own a completely restored piece of New York City’s first historic district.