This modern waterfront estate is one of New York City’s most unique properties and at $18 million it’s one of the most expensive in all of Brooklyn. One of the architects intentions with building the home was to bring the outside in and there are over 80 windows in this house, so every single room enjoys views. And there’s plenty to gaze upon inside the sprawling 14,000 square foot home as well from the colorful LED lighting to the Swarovski crystals chandeliers installed by the mansion’s current owner a Russian socialite with an eye for glamour. The owner first saw them at the Metropolitan Opera, and she had to have them, so this is the only home that you can see them outside of the Opera. The dramatic decor also includes some high-end imports like 15 different types of Italian marble used throughout the home seven bedrooms and 12 baths, and if you happen to like Bulgarian bronze this might be the place for you. Over four tons of bronze was brought in for this house. Will walk up the show-stopping bronze staircase and even more opulence awaits like the penthouse level lounge, and the mansion million-dollar meditation room. Complete with circular seating for 10, a glass sky dome and all the signs of the zodiac hand-painted and accented with shimmering lights. With this home It’s all about the details. And the details outside are just as impressive. Just past the 55 thousand gallon swimming pool you’ll find the party pavilion and the three boat marina, but the most astonishing feature just might be the eight thousand square foot mansion next door, which the owners are throwing in as a guest house. Now that’s a true Brooklyn behemoth, with room to spare.