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Brooklyn Heights standalone townhouse comes with parking for $6M

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This 168-year-old townhouse hugely benefits from having windows on all four sides

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A glorious, standalone townhouse on State Street, in Brooklyn Heights, is now on the market for $5.975 million. The four-story, red brick house was built in 1850, but recently underwent a spiffy renovation and has now been fitted with the likes of heated flooring in the master bathroom, top-of-the-line appliances in the kitchen, and a sound system for the entire house, among other features.

The townhouse opens up into the kitchen, which features not just a kitchen island (with space for seating) but also a large breakfast nook. Also on this floor are a media room, a laundry room, and a dumbwaiter that goes to the floor above.

That floor is taken up entirely by the formal living and dining rooms, each of which come with an attached, expansive terraces. The living room also has a lovely gas fireplace.

The master suite takes up the entire third floor at this house with features like a large walk-in closet, a master bath with double sinks, and a separate shower stall and tub, and an office/study nook. The remaining two bedrooms are located on the top floor.

The standout feature of the home is the fact that it has windows on all four sides, which fills the home with light. Another notable feature is the attached garage. For all of that, this place wants just under $6 million.