However, some of its classic appeal remains there: a wood-burning fireplace in living room comes with an elegant mantel, and there’s a working gas lamp by the front door.
The house, located at 19 Grace Court Alley, is in the end of the block–good for preventing traffic noise–also contains two bedrooms and 2 and a half baths. It’s turned into a upgrade Although the house dates back to the turn of the century; you will find dark hardwood floors, brand new kitchen appliances, and custom cabinets among other amenities.
The home in 19 Grace Court Alley is listed for $3.95 million together with Josh Doyle and Nick Gavin of Compass.
Grace Court Alley, a small cul-de-sac at Brooklyn Heights, is now home to a handful of charming carriage homes that have been converted to townhouses–and among those structures just hit the industry using a 3.95 million price tag.
The house also has an abundance of outdoor area, including a back garden which has, according to the list, a”persimmon tree overhanging a functioning Moravian tiled fountains, a iron balcony imported from Paris along with a slate terrace” See? Charm!