A landmarked brownstone townhouse in Historic Brooklyn Heights, New York City has been and restored and listed on the market with a $10 million price tag, Mansion Global reported.
Built in 1857 and redesigned by J.L. Ramirez Architects, from 2014 to 2017, the 5,900-square-foot residence spans five stories, according to the listing.
The five-bedroom, six-bathroom townhouse is part of a portfolio that Kushner Companies bought from the Brooklyn Law School for $36.5 million in 2014.
Though it’s fully renovated, with updated mechanics and curved windows, the residence retains its pre-Civil War brownstone facade.
Soaring ceilings reach as high as 11.5 feet, and there is a two-story sky-lit atrium. Stunning design details include travertine in the master bathroom, limestone on the entry floor, and wide-plank rift and quartered white oak throughout.
The outdoor spaces total 1,500 square feet, which includes a bi-level garden and the roof terrace, with views of the harbor.
An elevator services every level, from the 1,120-square-foot cellar, to the roof.
The listing at 100 Pierrepont St. is held by Terry Naini of Brown Harris Stevens and Dogan Baruh and Lynne Lerner of RES New York.
Images courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens