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Four-Story Brick Townhouse in Cobble Hill Asks $4.4M

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Welcome to the Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup, where we—you guessed it—take a look at the most notable Brooklyn townhouses to hit the market over the past week. Got tips? Send 'em here.


? First up on the Roundup is this four-story brick townhouse in Cobble Hill. It features a curving, mahogany staircase that helps maximize space, several marble mantled gas fire places, original floor-to-ceilings windows, and a top-notch kitchen with new appliances and lots of counter space. It's asking $4.395 million.


? Next we have another very charming four-story brick townhouse, this time in Fort Greene. At 22'-wide and 55'-deep on the first floor, it's particularly spacious, with four beds and three baths and a huge garden. It's asking $3.3 million.


? The last townhouse is a Neo-Greco brownstone in Clinton Hill asking $2.395 million. Originally built in 1879 for the paymaster of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, this home features "12 ft. ceilings with crown molding throughout, floor to ceiling windows with the original pocket wooden shutters and an open floor plan living, dining and kitchen area." There's also a fish pond in the backyard!