Extremely rare opportunity to acquire one of the widest and largest Landmarked townhouses in Historic Brooklyn Heights. 76 Pierrepont is 29-feet wide, built 60-feet deep, on a 106-foot deep lot. Measuring approximately 7,250 square feet, plus full basement, this light-filled property is currently configured as a five-family townhouse with fully renovated free-market rentals. While the property is a sound income-generating asset, its additional FAR makes it a single-family conversation opportunity of unprecedented scale. This Gothic Revival Grand Dame offers majestic proportions and meticulously preserved architectural details such as a dramatic restored stoop entry, a striking brick and brownstone facade, bay windows, a mansard roof, oversized windows, 10 marble or ornate wood mantles, original shutters, a wide sweeping staircase, and an elegant entry vestibule with an architectural glass wall divider. Additionally, this house offers a south facing private garden and an additional terrace on every floor. Built in 1844 in New York City's first official historic district as the private home of prominent shipping merchant Henry B. Cromwell, 76 Pierrepont Street is just a block from the world-famous Promenade, near Brooklyn Bridge Park, every amenity on Montague Street, as well as all major hubs of transportation. This trophy property is without a doubt a once in a lifetime opportunity.