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167 Clinton Street, #3

$2,595,000 | 3 beds, 2 baths
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73 days on Market

Key Details

  • Listed: May 9, 2024
    Days on Market: 73
    Building Type: Cooperative
    Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights (Brooklyn)
    Listing viewed 575 times
Monthly Maintenance: $1,723
Est. Monthly Mortgage: $13,673
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $15,396
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($519,000), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.

Insider Highlights

  • Historic and Desirable Location: This full-floor apartment is located in the highly sought-after Brooklyn Heights Historic District, close to seven train lines, schools, Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Promenade, and local favorites like Colonie, Henry Public, Hibino, Sahadi’s and more.
  • Unique and Spacious Layout: The apartment offers nearly 1,800 square feet of living space, featuring a unique layout that results from the combination of two pre-Civil War properties. It is housed in a mid-1800s brick and brownstone townhouse.
  • Period-Correct Details and Modern Renovations: The apartment boasts high ceilings with period-correct details and a working fireplace in the living room. It has been renovated and is move-in ready, with a renovated kitchen featuring Carrara marble and stainless-steel appliances.
  • Outdoor Space and Views: The property includes a private terrace with beautiful plantings and views of lush townhouse gardens. The building also features newer LPC-approved Marvin windows.
  • Comfortable Living: The apartment includes three bedrooms, with a primary bedroom that has an en-suite bath. There is a dedicated laundry area with a washer and dryer, and the building is pet-friendly with an on-call resident manager.
  • Financial Benefits: The property comes with low maintenance fees and no flip tax, and the building offers ample common storage in the basement.


Rare, renovated and captivating full-floor three bedroom with enormous private terrace in an oversized mid-1800s brick and brownstone townhouse in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District. Entirely unique to the Heights, this move-in ready gem is gifted with an incomparable full floor-plate of nearly 1,800 total indoor/outdoor square feet resulting from the combination of two pre-Civil War properties: an extended main townhouse and its adjoining rear carriage house, built full to a 90-foot corner lot lining State Street. Quadruple-exposed under high ceilings with lovely period-correct details and exquisite light throughout, this renovated home is truly a sensory experience. The living room is centered on a gorgeous working fireplace, framed by two sets of glass double french doors with transoms, each leading to an elevated, only-of-its-kind terrace with beautiful irrigated plantings atop the roof footprint of the property’s horse stable. You are perched high above lush townhouse gardens under the backdrop of a gorgeous brick & ivy wall, treated to cross-breezes and year-round, three-directional sunshine in a seamless fusion of indoor and outdoor living to delight you and your guests. Entertain and dine with loved ones in your bright formal dining room with charming floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcases and south-facing casements overlooking treetops, contiguous to a gut-renovated kitchen finished in Carrara marble with Monogram and Wolf stainless-steel appliances including wine fridge.

A dedicated laundry area with Washer/Dryer adjoins this space, as does a full bathroom. The bedroom wing comprises the footprint of the original front townhouse, connected by a long gallery. It features a sunny and spacious primary bedroom with charming built-ins and a beautifully designed en-suite full bath.

Side-by-side second and third bedrooms are well positioned down the hall, offering smart storage and leafy exposures through oversized, double-hung windows with original plantation shutters at the front of this corner 21-footer. This brick and brownstone townhouse was built at the end of the Greek Revival period in 1849 when Brooklyn Heights was growing into a coveted enclave of fine mansions and distinguished cooperatives. The former single-family mansion is now a fiscally-sound boutique co-op of four full-floor homes with no underlying mortgage, no flip tax and low maintenance. It is also pet-friendly and features newer LPC-approved Marvin windows, ample common storage in the basement, and an on-call resident manager. At the center of everything best known and loved in Brooklyn, this residence is near to seven train lines, schools, Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Promenade, with local favorites Colonie, Henry Public, Hibino, Sahadi’s and more just around the corner.

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