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Cute Corner Townhouse in Cobble Hill Asks $2.8 Million

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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.


This little corner townhouse in Cobble Hill is composed of two duplex apartments. It features 11-foot ceilings, a large skylight, and a roofdeck, plus a fully furnished basement. The current owner has renewed the brick facade, restored the bay window and cornice, and upgraded mechanicals for both apartments. It's asking $2.8 million.


In Park Slope, this three-story, 18'-wide townhouse has plenty of space at 2,900-square-feet. It was built in the late 1800s and features an expansive garden, and though it's currently configured as a multi-family with rent-producing one-bedroom and full-floor apartments, it can easily be converted back to single-family. It's asking $2.299 million


Last but not least, over in Bed-Stuy, this bright, open, 20'-wide brownstone is asking $1.4 million. Built in 1879, the brownstone was the residence of Reverend Andrew Underhill, who oversaw the construction of the historical St. Phillip's Episcopal Church. Featuring high ceilings and over 3,000-square-feet of space, the original details include five marble mantels, a pier mirror, and wooden window shutters.
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