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A new Brooklyn townhouse with its own indoor pool is on the market for $7.99 million.

The 25-foot-wide home, at 72 Middagh St. in Brooklyn Heights, comes with its own two-car garage. (That’s a plus, because more New Yorkers are driving due to the coronavirus pandemic.)

At 5,500 square feet, the home opens to a mudroom and then a chef’s kitchen with a table that seats 12.

Below ground, there’s an excavated basement with the real highlight — a 22-foot-long pool — plus a a skylight, a sauna and wine storage.

In addition, a separate enclosed greenhouse space in the backyard that can function as a home office, an artist’s studio or a gym/yoga room (which is how it’s currently set up).

A yoga room is one of the non-aquatic perks of the place.


The separate greenhouse or solarium space, located in the backyard area, could be used as a home office or an artist's studio.


Though the facade of the townhouse is historic, it's been subject to a major renovation.


The back of the house is completely modern, thanks a large addition with striking black siding.


The dark siding can be seen in other rooms of the house, like this bedroom.


Note the staircase, which is also part renovations that enlarged and modernized the home.


All built-ins and fixtures are updated, too.


A terrace off a living space is in addition to the backyard and a roof deck.


There are four bedrooms in the home.


It's on the market for $7.99 million.


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September 17, 2020

The residence is currently configured with three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the third floor — including one bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and a private, covered terrace overlooking the garden.

A master suite takes up all of the fourth floor. The home also features an elevator and stairs that lead to a green roof deck.

The listing brokers are Ravi Kantha, Matthew Lesser, Gian Mitchell and Cameron LeCates, of Leslie J. Garfield.

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Governor DeWines Comments on Nursing Home Visitation Spark Questions



Ohio Department of Health Interim Director Lance Himes signed an order on July 2 that went into effect on July 20. The mandate permits outdoor visitations at senior homes around the state and prohibits indoor visits.

“If you have a loved one and you cannot get into a nursing home, that is the nursing home that is stopping you from going in – it is not the health department” said Ohio Governor Mike DeWine on September 17 during a semiweekly COVID press conference.

The governor was answering a question from Ben Schwartz of WCPO in Cincinnati who was asking on behalf of a viewer.

The viewer’s father is in a nursing home the reporter explained in his background before the question. The seemingly frustrated viewer contacted the Governor’s office and other state agencies several times to no avail.

“Moving forward how will we see rules and guidelines regarding nursing home visitations evolve? And could we expect to see any more lenience on visitations in any way?” was the question Schwartz asked on behalf of the Cincinnati woman.

“We know that winter will come eventually, as much as we don’t want it to come and so now we are working on how visitation can take place inside. If you have a loved one and you cannot get into a nursing home, that is the nursing home that is stopping you from going in – it is not the health department.” – Governor Mike DeWine

The answer caused immediate inquiry from the nursing home industry Governor DeWine’s Press Secretary told a reporter from WMFD-TV and The Ohio Star.

“Hearing that in a speech, I can see how people would take ‘in a nursing home’ to mean indoor visitation. If you have a loved one in a nursing home you can visit them, but there is no in-person visitation right now” said DeWine’s Press Secretary Dan Tierney.

The order declares “[N]o visitors of residents shall be admitted to any Home, except for end of life situations as explained below.”

The exception applies to residents who are near end of life.

The Governor’s response caused LeadingAge Ohio, a nonprofit trade organization representing over 400 Ohio long term care facilities and hospices, to immediately take to social media. The organization posted on their Facebook page where President and CEO Kathryn Brod said:

“When the Governor stated that nursing homes were to blame for ongoing visitation restrictions, we heard an immediate outcry from providers around the state. Our members continue to follow state and federal regulations pertaining to visitation, and at no point have Ohio providers been given guidance or permission to offer indoor visitation from the Administration.”

With cold weather coming Tierney said “we do intend to put out guidelines for indoor visitation in the coming weeks.”

Governor DeWine’s next COVID press conference is Tuesday, September 22 at 2:00 p.m.

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Jack Windsor is Managing Editor and an Investigative Reporter at The Ohio Star. Windsor is also an Investigative Reporter at WMFD-TV. Follow Jack on Twitter. Email tips to [email protected].






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