DOUBLE DUPLEX. Resting squarely within the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, 169 Hicks Street is a 25 ft wide, 4 story, two family double duplex brick, and brownstone home. Located a couple blocks from the Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and Montague Street, this townhouse has been well maintained in keeping its old-world details. Move right in and collect rental income, or renovate and configure to a grand single-family home with the option of using over 4000 sqft of usable FAR. Entering up the stoop and into the vestibule, the house is smartly divided with two entry doors leading to its respective duplexes. The door to the left leads to the parlor floor and the lower duplex- featuring breathtaking ceiling heights of approximately 13+ feet, a wood burning fireplace in the front parlor, a well-scaled dining room, an eat-in kitchen with adjoining walk-through pantry, and a powder room. The deck off the kitchen leads down to the garden for al-fresco dining. The garden level has two king-sized bedrooms both with ensuite bathrooms, and one has a full-width dressing room and garden access. The upper duplex has an updated open kitchen with subway tile backsplash, a garden facing dining room, a huge, east facing living room with decorative fireplace, floor to ceiling built-in bookshelves, a powder room, and two home offices. The top floor offers 3 bedrooms including one with a walk-in dressing room (convertible to a 4th bedroom). A shared hall bath and a large oculus skylight round out this floor. 169 Hicks Street is located in a neighborhood rich with history. Block after block of stately brick and brownstone houses look much as the community did at the start of the Civil War, with ample amenities and transportation and recreation options nearby.