281 Henry Street
Between State Street and Joralemon Street Brooklyn Heights
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Stunning bedroom and playroom with restored mantels, new bathroom, new laundry room .
Master bedroom, all new master bath, and third bedroom/sitting room. All new custom designed closets, and all fireplace mantels restored.
Massive library/bedroom with soaring ceilings and fireplace. Full bathroom, and a lovely second bedroom with fireplace. All new 5 inch white oak floors on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floor.
Gracious entrance foyer leads to grand center dining room/gallery. All new white Bilotta kitchen with dining area. Huge 25 foot living room with original details and restored marble mantel. Beautiful bay windows with door to a sunny deck and garden below.
Currently used as an office and guest suite. Private entrance under front stoop. Front living room/den, full bathroom, all new kitchen, bedroom with garden access. Huge storage room with washer/dryer.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.5,025
- Central air
Fabulous five story renovated townhouse filled with gorgeous detail. Featured in January's Vogue 2010, it has been lovingly and tastefully restored in every way. The entrance hall opens to reveal a large, well-proportioned living room with huge floor to ceilings windows overlooking the beautiful backyard. A central oval staircase preserves the integrity of the pair of rooms on each floor which rise from living spaces to bedrooms. Six bedrooms in all. All go to create a richly textured family home of unusual elegance.
Additional features of this building include: Alarm System, Central Air Conditioning, Central Brooklyn Heights location, Intercom system, and Stunning Details.
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Living in Brooklyn Heights
The true gem of Brooklyn Heights is the Promenade, a half-mile long waterfront esplanade that draws visitors all year round. With panoramic views of Manhattan and an easy commute to the city, Brooklyn Heights is the perfect marriage of convenience and beauty. The elegant townhouses that line the Brooklyn Promenade are some of the most coveted homes for sale in the area. These 19th-Century mansions were built to take advantage of the neighborhood’s sweeping views of the water and the Manhattan skyline. Many of the homes also have details like multiple fireplaces, libraries, and even the occasional elevator.