For a cool $14 million, you can own the most expensive house in Brooklyn.

The house sits at 70 Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights and boasts some extremely luxurious features.

There are 18 rooms total - 11 bedrooms, 7 full baths, and 1 half bath. It is approximately 9,000-square feet with a 2,000-square foot basement.

Five-story, double width, high Greek-Revival, four-bay townhouse, describes the Sotheby's listing.

Built in 1839, the house has a fitness room, library, wine cellar/grotto, and hard wood flooring.

A 40-foot columned Charleston porch along the rear of the house leads out to the garden.

There are 11 fireplaces plus a private-gated driveway.

Two chef's eat-in kitchens, master suite with bath, boudoir, and walk-in closet, and an artist's studio are some other highlights as well, according to Sotheby's.

The three-story elliptical mahogany staircase leads up to a rosette oculus window. The Interior period detail was designed by Minard Lafever.

The double parlor features 12-foot ceilings and 38 windows face east, south, and west, including Jeffersonian floor-to-ceiling column windows and French doors leading to the colonial style columned veranda.

Truly an historic abode, the quiet refuge is just minutes from Manhattan on a whimsical tree-lined street.

The house also had one very famous prior owner.

Truman Capote lived at 70 Willow and wrote Breakfast at Tiffany's and In Cold Blood.

I live in Brooklyn. By choice, Capote once said.

The house is on sale for $13,995,000 through Sotheby's brokers Karen and Alan Heyman.

Another drool-worthy Brooklyn property (still) for sale is the Clocktower penthouse at One Main Street. This is Brooklyn's most expensive piece of real estate on the market for $23.5 million.

Known for its many clock faces, the 7,000-square foot condo can be rented for $50,000 per month.

It features three-stories, a glass-walled elevator, and a tiny crow's nest at the top.

Take a look at some of the photos currently featured on Sotheby's for the 70 Willow listing.