Back in the halcyon days of this past summer, 325 Pacific Street was asking a whopping $9.95 million, making the swanky house among the most expensive on the Brooklyn market. But the intervening months have not been kind to the contemporary Boerum Hill carriage house, because it just got a major pricechop—now, it’s listed at $7.95 million, a full $2 million less than its original ask.
So what does that fat discount get you? The brokerbabble touts a “lifetime of gracious and luxurious living” (oh boy). The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom residence is indeed luxurious, with a grand bluestone foyer, a fully loaded chef’s kitchen and dining area bigger than most studio apartments, and a wood-burning fireplace—and that’s just on the main floor.
Below that is a finished basement with plenty of space—the listing suggests it would make an excellent music studio—and the the third level houses a fireplace, wet bar, library, and a Carrara marble full bath. The fourth level has the master suite, which is so huge the walk-in closet has windows, plus two more bedrooms. And though there’s only one real room on the fifth level, it is quite a space, with 12-foot cathedral ceilings, an en-suite full bath, and direct access to one of the home’s two private roof decks (you have to go through the hallway to reach the other).
- 325 Pacific Street [Compass]
- The 20 Most Expensive Brooklyn Homes For Sale [Curbed NY]