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.
? There were no multi-million dollar single-family houses listed in the Brooklyn this week—probably the first week in a while where that can be said—but there were a few no-less-impressive multi-family places. This three-unit brownstone in Boerum Hill hit the market for $2.8 million and includes an owner's duplex on the bottom two floors and a one bedroom rental on each of the upper two. There's also a basement with laundry and a fully-furnished (if unpleasantly painted) rec room.
? In northern Park Slope, this 4,296-square-foot 1876 house appears to be separated into two duplexes and claims to be "among the earliest Neo-Grec brownstones in the area." It has plenty of original details to pack that claim up and wants $3.5 million.
? The brokerbabble describes this Carroll Gardens brownstone as "charming, inviting, and classic" and also "move-in ready" but there are no interior pictures, so we'll just have to take they're word for it. It's divided into a garden duplex and two rental units, and wants $2.3 million.
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