Historic designer townhouse on display in Brooklyn Heights

<p>A historic designer townhouse is on display in Brooklyn where guests can get a glimpse of modern 19th century living.&nbsp;</p>

News 12 Staff

Sep 28, 2017, 12:36 PM

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A historic designer townhouse is on display in Brooklyn where guests can get a glimpse of modern 19th century living.
Presented by the Brooklyn Heights Association, the 14-bedroom brownstone features all original wood floors and crown molding.
The house was built in 1867 and is located at 32 Livingston St. between Court and Clinton streets.
The house has been curated by various interior and landscape designers as well as decorative artists from Brooklyn and New York City's design community.
The home captures the electricity and energy of Brooklyn in today's design world, organizers say.
It costs $40 to tour the home, and organizers say all proceeds benefit the Brooklyn Heights Association, whose advocacy is critical to preserving Brooklyn Heights' remarkable architecture.
The home will be on display through Nov. 5.


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