A five-story, 5,500-square-foot townhouse at 94 Hicks Street in North Brooklyn Heights (between Orange and Pineapple streets) has just been listed by Corcoran for a luxe $8.5 million. The building is currently configured as five free-market apartments.
Corcoran suggests: “Combine the units to create a single family masterpiece or maintain one or more of the units for guests, family or income.” The whole kit and kaboodle is 21-feet wide on a 25′X100′ lot, with a side yard entrance leading to a landscaped backyard. (See interior photos below.)
The home was built in 1868 in the “Second Empire” style, with original detail, high ceilings and elegant proportions throughout, the listing says, while the garden and parlor floors have large windows on three sides. A grand staircase leads to the roof, where there are views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges.
See more photos and the property’s floorplan here.