38 Monroe Place

38 Monroe Place

New York USA
40.6958119 -73.992417
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$8,495,000
Plot
22' x 100'
Building
22' x 70'
Stories
5
Est. SqFt
7,260
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
5
Powder Rooms
3
Annual Taxes
$43,859
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Brooklyn Heights: Between Pierrepont Street & Clark Street
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Mint Condition
22'-wide
Excellent ceiling heights on all floors
Elevator to all floors
Roof deck with sweeping Manhattan skyline views
Central air with 2 temperature zones per floor
Luxury finishes
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$8,495,000
Plot
22' x 100'
Building
22' x 70'
Stories
5
Est. SqFt
7,260
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
5
Powder Rooms
3
Annual Taxes
$43,859
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Brooklyn Heights: Between Pierrepont Street & Clark Street
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Mint Condition
22'-wide
Excellent ceiling heights on all floors
Elevator to all floors
Roof deck with sweeping Manhattan skyline views
Central air with 2 temperature zones per floor
Luxury finishes

38 Monroe Place is a mint condition, single-family townhouse set on the widest, tree-lined street in Brooklyn Heights. This grand and stately townhome recently underwent a complete gut renovation and redesign by Architect Jose Ramirez. Number 38 is a historic Italianate brownstone that dates back to the middle of the 19th century, and was once home to Mortimer C. Ogden, Colonel of the famed 23rd Regiment in the United States Civil War.

38 Monroe Place is 22’-wide and 5 stories (plus finished basement), offering over 7,200 square feet of interior living space (6,360 above-grade square feet). This home is adorned with a brownstone facade, a sunken mansion entry, and a gracious forecourt. It consists of five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and three powder rooms. Excellent ceiling heights and oversized windows provide light throughout and the garden and parlor floor extension creates a gracious and unique layout with ample space for entertainment.

Luxurious features include an elevator that services all floors from the basement to the roof; an enormous, open layout chef’s kitchen with an en suite living room; a full floor master suite with dressing room, two walk-in closets, and marble bath; and wide plank, Rift White Oak floors throughout the home. There are three sizable outdoor spaces - a planted garden, a fourth floor rear terrace, and a massive roof terrace with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline, New York Harbor, and all of Brooklyn. This luxurious abode is also pre-wired for power shades on all windows and a lighting control system throughout the house. Additionally, it is outfitted with new mechanicals and HVAC systems, with two temperature zones per floor.

Monroe Place dates back to the early 1830’s and is named after James Monroe, 5th President of the United States. This picturesque street is lined with townhouses and historic architecture and is conveniently positioned only minutes from Manhattan and steps from local schools, charming restaurants and cafes, and the famed Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Located in the heart of New York City’s first historic district, 38 Monroe Place is an elegant home that offers palatial space, classic contemporary style, and modern luxury.

38 Monroe Place is a mint condition, single-family townhouse set on the widest, tree-lined street in Brooklyn Heights. This grand and stately townhome recently underwent a complete gut renovation and redesign by Architect Jose Ramirez. Number 38 is a historic Italianate brownstone that dates back to the middle of the 19th century, and was once home to Mortimer C. Ogden, Colonel of the famed 23rd Regiment in the United States Civil War.

38 Monroe Place is 22’-wide and 5 stories (plus finished basement), offering over 7,200 square feet of interior living space (6,360 above-grade square feet). This home is adorned with a brownstone facade, a sunken mansion entry, and a gracious forecourt. It consists of five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and three powder rooms. Excellent ceiling heights and oversized windows provide light throughout and the garden and parlor floor extension creates a gracious and unique layout with ample space for entertainment.

Luxurious features include an elevator that services all floors from the basement to the roof; an enormous, open layout chef’s kitchen with an en suite living room; a full floor master suite with dressing room, two walk-in closets, and marble bath; and wide plank, Rift White Oak floors throughout the home. There are three sizable outdoor spaces - a planted garden, a fourth floor rear terrace, and a massive roof terrace with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline, New York Harbor, and all of Brooklyn. This luxurious abode is also pre-wired for power shades on all windows and a lighting control system throughout the house. Additionally, it is outfitted with new mechanicals and HVAC systems, with two temperature zones per floor.

Monroe Place dates back to the early 1830’s and is named after James Monroe, 5th President of the United States. This picturesque street is lined with townhouses and historic architecture and is conveniently positioned only minutes from Manhattan and steps from local schools, charming restaurants and cafes, and the famed Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Located in the heart of New York City’s first historic district, 38 Monroe Place is an elegant home that offers palatial space, classic contemporary style, and modern luxury.