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Renovated duplex within a 19th-century Brooklyn Heights townhouse wants $699K

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The house dates back to the 1830s but the co-op is filled with contemporary upgrades

Photos courtesy Douglas Elliman.

Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline.

Brooklyn Heights has become home to some pricey real estate in recent years, but every so often a few gems with not-so-ridiculous price tags make their way to the market. In this case, its a one-bedroom duplex within a 19th-century duplex, asking $699,000.

The co-op is located on the top floors of the home and has benefitted from a renovation that paired modern conveniences like central air conditioning, for instance, with its classic charm.

The lower level accommodates the bright living room, bedecked with dark hardwood floors, white brick walls, oversized windows, and a wood-burning fireplace. The revamped corner kitchen is also on this floor and while it’s small, it comes with a fair amount of cabinet space along with all the essentials (including stainless steel appliances). There are two closets on the lower level along with a full bathroom and a small terrace just outside of the living room.

The upstairs space gives way to the skylit bedroom, more white brick walls, and two custom closets that encompass an entire wall. Per the listing, ceiling on the floor are 8.5 feet high and there are automated shades.

Monthly maintenance is $962.

  • Listing: 108 Pierrepont Street #8 [Douglas Eilliman via StreetEasy]