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Three Brooklyn Townhouses That Hit the Market This Week

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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.

? In Park Slope, a three-story limestone house built in 1907 was listed for $3.45 million. It contains a plethora of original details such as a parlor fireplace, mahogany and oak sliding doors, a bay window, and all kinds of intricate woodwork. It's also located half a block from the park.

? A "circa 1900" brownstone in Carroll Gardens looks like it got all renovated up not too long ago, but still managed to retain a lot of its circa 1900 charm. There's a marble fireplace, a planted rear yard garden, french doors, and tin ceilings. In addition, the bottom two floors (there are four total) have central air. It's asking $2.75 million.

? In Fort Greene, a four-story multifamily building currently configured as two duplexes wants $2.3 million. Original details include, to quote the brokerbabble, "pine plank floors, pocket doors, decorative crown moldings and classic marble mantels, as well as a unique parlor floor porch overlooking the lush backyard." It was built in the 1850s and has had only four owners.
· Mapping the Priciest Brooklyn Townhouses on the Market Now [Curbed]