48 Sidney Place

48 Sidney Place

New York USA
40.691707 -73.9950203
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$6,295,000
Plot
21.17' x 100'
Stories
4
Annual Taxes
$25,120
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Brooklyn Heights: Between State Street & Joralemon Street
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Tree-Lined Townhouse Block
Steps from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park
Over 21'-Wide
Charming Garden
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$6,295,000
Plot
21.17' x 100'
Stories
4
Annual Taxes
$25,120
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Brooklyn Heights: Between State Street & Joralemon Street
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Tree-Lined Townhouse Block
Steps from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park
Over 21'-Wide
Charming Garden

48 Sidney Place is beautifully appointed, 21.5'-wide townhouse on a highly coveted place block in Brooklyn Heights. Sidney Place is a tree-lined one-block street of townhouses in the heart of the Brooklyn Heights Historic District. Number 48, built before the Civil War, is truly special.

Built in the Greek Revival architectural style, this townhome features a stoop entry, tall windows, and gracious ceiling heights. Excellent light flows through every floor and period details, including an original stair, crown moldings, and base moldings, offer quintessential Brooklyn Brownstone charm. The open layout parlor floor blends living, kitchen, and dining seamlessly, allowing for modern living in classic style. The sun-filled ground floor with access to the finished and lush garden features its own kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom, and functions easily as an informal living space, or as a separate rental.

Upstairs, the master bedroom floor features a spacious bedroom sitting adjacent to the sizeable master bath, and a library/den with a working fireplace. The top floor is outfitted with a full laundry room, three bedrooms, and a full bathroom. Between them, these two floors also have seven large closets, including a walk-in closet off the master bedroom. The width of this home ensures a gracious and comfortable layout on every floor.

Only steps from the bustling retail along Atlantic Avenue and Court Street, and minutes from Manhattan, 48 Sidney Place is conveniently located near local schools and countless restaurants, shops, and cafes. This charming townhouse offers the opportunity to own a beautiful piece of New York City’s first historic district.

48 Sidney Place is beautifully appointed, 21.5'-wide townhouse on a highly coveted place block in Brooklyn Heights. Sidney Place is a tree-lined one-block street of townhouses in the heart of the Brooklyn Heights Historic District. Number 48, built before the Civil War, is truly special.

Built in the Greek Revival architectural style, this townhome features a stoop entry, tall windows, and gracious ceiling heights. Excellent light flows through every floor and period details, including an original stair, crown moldings, and base moldings, offer quintessential Brooklyn Brownstone charm. The open layout parlor floor blends living, kitchen, and dining seamlessly, allowing for modern living in classic style. The sun-filled ground floor with access to the finished and lush garden features its own kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom, and functions easily as an informal living space, or as a separate rental.

Upstairs, the master bedroom floor features a spacious bedroom sitting adjacent to the sizeable master bath, and a library/den with a working fireplace. The top floor is outfitted with a full laundry room, three bedrooms, and a full bathroom. Between them, these two floors also have seven large closets, including a walk-in closet off the master bedroom. The width of this home ensures a gracious and comfortable layout on every floor.

Only steps from the bustling retail along Atlantic Avenue and Court Street, and minutes from Manhattan, 48 Sidney Place is conveniently located near local schools and countless restaurants, shops, and cafes. This charming townhouse offers the opportunity to own a beautiful piece of New York City’s first historic district.