This restored Bed-Stuy townhouse asking $3.49 million has a whopping eight bedrooms — but no monsters under any of the beds.
The seller is children’s author Jordan Chouteau, who captivated children and parents alike with “No More Monsters Under Your Bed!”
The 4,205-square-foot home, at 126 Hancock St., was built in 1886. Inside, it is modern while maintaining historical integrity. It also boats a large parlor deck and a landscaped backyard with charcoal and gas grills.
Inside, there’s original woodwork, office space, a playroom and five decorative fireplaces.
The four-story, two-family brownstone currently boasts an owner’s six-bedroom, four-bathroom triplex, with a foyer, half glass mahogany door and a 19th-century mirror.
There are also 11-foot ceilings, mahogany moldings, pocket doors, original wood shutters and a windowed, eat-in chef’s kitchen. There’s also a private basement with original arched brick columns that can be a playroom, media den or an artist studio.
There’s also a separate garden-floor two-bedroom unit for tenants or in-laws.