Picturesque Brooklyn Heights Carriage House on Grace Court Alley With Garage Asks $4.95 Million

This picturesque Brooklyn Heights stable turned single-family home has undeniable curbside charm. No humble building was designed for the horses that were bedding down here: The brick facade of 2 Grace Court Alley is adorned with a gabled roofline, brick detailing and bold quoining.

Any original interior details, like horse stalls, were lost long ago but there is instead a four-bedroom, three-bath home that also has room for one horseless carriage.

While the listing dates the building to the 1840s or so, the style points to a date at the later end of the 19th century. Historic maps certainly show an alley in place in 1850 and slowly filling up with brick buildings by 1855.

This picturesque Brooklyn Heights stable turned single-family home has undeniable curbside charm. No humble building was designed for the horses that were bedding down here: The brick facade of 2 Grace Court Alley is adorned with a gabled roofline, brick detailing and bold quoining. Any original interior details, like […]

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