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Built in 1849, this Greek Revival Townhouse’s front faced was photographed in 1974 & became the front piece of the Clay Landcaster book, Old Brooklyn Heights and The American Institute of Architects Guide to NYC sites this property as one of the two buildings on Monroe Place worth seeing. This Brooklyn Heights Historic District three family is the ideal live plus income property with an owner/user duplex that features: a double parlor, a gold leaf ceiling & a late 19th century chandelier & fireplace in the bedroom & a Koi pond, wall of bamboo & a rock garden in the rear yard. The front and real parlors each have working fireplaces and are separated by Doric columns and pilasters. For a complete marketing package, please inquire within.

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Neighborhoods: Brooklyn Heights/ Agents: Stephen Palmese