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OMG, I Want This House: Brooklyn Heights (PHOTOS)

Living in a shoe box doesn’t always have to be the case in New York City. The Middagh Street Townhouse, featured on onefinestay, is five stories tall and an oasis of natural light.

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Mitchell Geng/One Fine Stay

The reputation of Manhattan apartmentstiny, cramped, and dark—has slowly creeped into the real estate of one of its most popular boroughs, Brooklyn. Living in a shoe box doesn't always have to be the case, though. The Middagh Street Townhouse, featured on onefinestay, is five stories tall (yes, FIVE floors for ONE home), and is a Brooklyn Heights oasis of natural light and calm interiors. 

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There is no elevator to get from floor one to five, but who needs one when you can walk up sleek spiral staircases like this. 

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The space was recently remodeled to give it a fresh, glossy sheen, but vestiges of its original features still shine through.

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The calm, elegant interior is sprinkled with hints of fun, including the colorful artwork and playful birdcages in this living area. 

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Throughout the house, glimpses of funky wallpaper designs bring some levity to the interiors. 

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A fireplace adds warmth to this living area, and its original mantle survived the remodel. 

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There is seating galore for the inhabitants of this townhouse, as seen in the spacious den. 

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There is no better place to monkey around than in this kids room that sleeps up to four. 

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The master bedroom is peaceful and soothing, decorated in neutral tones with just enough natural lighting.

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Who doesn't want to sit down and relax after a luxurious shower? 

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The master bathroom is complete with a freestanding copper bathtub. 

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This Brooklyn Heights townhouse has a whopping four bedrooms and three bathrooms spaced throughout the five floors. 

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The owners have ensured that touches of nature are sprinkled throughout the house, like in this accent wall covered in floral wallpaper. 

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To make sure the house isn't too sophisticated, pops of vibrant pink are found in several pieces of accent furniture, like this stool.