Fixer Upper Friday—Brooklyn Heights Townhouse Asking $11M

Brooklyn Promenade

Brooklyn Promenade at Night

Literally just a few blocks from the Brooklyn Promenade (with that view!!!), a 4,400-square-foot, five-bedroom townhouse at 265 Hicks Street hit the market, asking $10.75 million. That asking price puts it among the ranks of the most expensive homes currently for sale in Brooklyn.

The five-story home was originally built in the 19th century, but recently underwent a top-to-bottom renovation and, per the brokerspeak, has been transformed into a “turnkey masterpiece.” (And yes, there’s an elevator connecting those floors.) There’s an abundance of outdoor space, including a back garden, a fifth-floor balcony (connected to a sun room, because of course), and a private roof deck.

The revamp gave the home a modern feel while retaining many of its original details, including the facade, a bay window on the parlor level, and a grand staircase with a lovely wood banister. Other features include a third-floor lounge (which could be used as a media room, probably); a huge master suite with office and “sitting room”; and a chef’s kitchen that comes with high-end appliances.

There’s also a whole other one-bedroom apartment on the garden level that could be rented out, or simply used as a guest suite.

Sigh. This place is worth every penny! See for yourself. I’m totally drooling over this. It’s been a dream of mine since I was a kid to live in that section of Brooklyn Heights! Check out the pics below!

Hicks Street Floorplan

Hicks Street

Hicks Street Entrance

Hicks Street Garden Entrance

Hicks Street Living Room

HIcks Street Kitchen and Living Room

Hicks Street Foyer

Hicks Street Lounge

Hicks Street Bedroom

Hicks Street Bathroom

Hicks Street Sun Room

Hicks Street Rooftop

Hicks Street Garden Level

Hicks Street Garden Level Kitchen

Hicks Street Garden

Hicks Street Garden Level and Balcony

 

Source: Brooklyn Heights Townhouse Asking $11M Is One Of the Borough’s Priciest Listings – Curbed NY

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