The $14M Megamansion in Brooklyn Heights Is For Sale

The 7,750-square-foot townhouse previously a seven rental units, was renovated and is marketed as a lavish single-family home.

By Nagidmy Marquez August 15, 2017

How many megamansion can you find in Brooklyn Heights? More than a dozen for sure, including the 7,750-square-foot townhouse at 146 Willow Street. It is one of the most desired and lavish single-family townhouses available in the neighborhood.

Previously the house was split into seven rental units. Back in 2016, developer Shahrzad Khayami of AscentSeven purchased the landmarked property in 2014 for $6.8 million. It took about two years, and an undisclosed amount, to restore the house from top to bottom.

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The five-story home was built in 1920. The Neo-Grec mansion’s major renovation was guided by the vision of the renowned architectural firm Baxt Ingui. The townhouse was restored to its original use as a single family residence while simultaneously creating a home for the modern user. 

It has seven bedrooms, with a zen/meditation room in the master suite. The house has an elevator that goes all the way to the rooftop with a cellar that holds a wine room. What about the floors? Radiant heated floors are integrated into each bathroom.

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At least 35 windows bathe the home in natural light from three exposures. Also very rare for a home of this size, there are multiple ample outdoor spaces totaling approximately 2000 square feet including a 25′ landscaped backyard, a 4th-floor terrace/green roof, and a massive landscaped roof deck with outdoor kitchen and views of Lower Manhattan and the harbor.

Regarding technology, this houses comes equipped with an advanced Lutron lighting system with smart pads and dimmers as well as invisible speakers in the primary rooms with regular speakers elsewhere.

146 Willow Street is nestled on the most coveted block, close to the Promenade, the Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn Bridge Park, restaurants and boutiques.


Nagidmy Marquez

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Nagidmy Marquez

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Nagidmy Marquez

Nagidmy is a global communications strategist with more than 13 years of experience in the creation, curation and implementation of strategic content and integrated communications practices. She has worked across different regions and cultures of the world including: United States, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East. She is a Mafalda and Don Quixote lover.
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