It's Free to Look: Parking's No Problem for this Brooklyn Heights Townhouse

Brooklyn Heights is often considered America’s first suburb, home to the commercial and financial giants of its day who wanted to escape the muck of the city for a more bucolic setting. Yet the area lacks one amenity that is a quintessential part of so many suburbs today–parking!

Not so at this converted carriage house on secluded Grace Court Alley.

With two huge garage doors and room for four–yes four–cars, you’ll never have to worry about alternate side parking again. The second story boasts an unusually open layout for the neighborhood, with three bedrooms and one bath asking $2.7 million. “The apartment has hardwood floors, excellent ceiling height, skylights and all the charm you would expect in a Brooklyn Heights carriage house,” Brown Harris Stevens broker Brian Lehner declares in his listing.

SLIDESHOW: 6 Grace Court Alley. >>

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It's Free to Look: Parking's No Problem for this Brooklyn Heights Townhouse