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In Brooklyn Heights, carriage house on a hidden block wants $3.95M

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Courtesy of Compass

Grace Court Alley, a tiny cul-de-sac in Brooklyn Heights, is home to a handful of charming carriage houses that have been converted to townhouses—and one of those structures just hit the market with a $3.95 million price tag.

The home, located at 19 Grace Court Alley, is at the very end of the block—good for avoiding traffic noise—and has two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. Though the house itself dates back to the turn of the 20th century, it’s gotten a modern update; there are new kitchen appliances, dark hardwood floors, and custom closets in the master bedroom, among other amenities.

Still, some of its vintage charm is still there: a wood-burning fireplace in the living room has an elegant mantel, and there’s even a working gas lamp by the front door.

The home also has an abundance of outdoor space, including a back garden that has, according to the listing, a “persimmon tree overhanging a working Moravian tiled fountain, an iron balcony imported from Paris and a slate patio.” See? Charm!

The home at 19 Grace Court Alley is listed for $3.95 million with Josh Doyle and Nick Gavin of Compass.