Before the building at 100 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights was a massive single-family home, it was one of the buildings that made up the former Brooklyn Law School. The property was purchased back in 2014 by Kushner Companies and was subsequently converted in a single-family residence that spans more than 7,000 square feet. When it first hit the market, it was asking a hefty $11 million. It’s now back on the market with yet another price cut.
Back in April, the Jose Ramirez-designed home lowered it’s asking price by $1 million, bringing it down to $10 million. Alas, there weren’t any takers at that price and the home was temporarily removed from the market before returning with representation from a new brokerage (Brown Harris Stevens formerly represented the listing) and a $9.5 million price tag.
As for the home itself, there are five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a stunning central staircase, an elevator, a large chef’s kitchen, and about 1,500 square feet of outdoor space. Other details include white oak flooring, huge windows, a built-in speaker system, and a rooftop terrace.
- Listing: 100 Pierrepont Street [Leslie J. Garfield]
- Former Brooklyn Law School residence turned single-family mansion wants $10M [Curbed]