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 this weekend is this four-story brownstone in Carroll Gardens. The facade has recently been restored, and the bathrooms, windows, sewer/water mains, and water boiler are all new. Although the interiors could definitely use some work, the brownstone is located right at the corner of 2nd Place, and it has huge front and back yards and a two-car garage. It's asking $2.95 million.
? Up next is this Greek Revival townhouse in Cobble Hill. The parlor includes an original marble mantel and restored pocket doors, the kitchen has all new appliances, and the garden level is currently set up as a massage room/office. There's also a pretty nice little garden with a brick and cobblestone wall. It's asking $3.28 million.
? Finally, this newly renovated three-floor townhouse in Park Slopeis asking $2.299 million. . It features new mechanicals and central A/C, Brazilian teakwood floors, and a private roofdeck. It's currently configured for three families, with two two-bedroom apartments available to rent.