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.
? The best of the bunch this week is a single-family townhouse in the Carroll Gardens Historic District, which just hit the market for $3.1 million. The 5BR/2.5BA house features a parlor with 12-foot ceilings as well as many of the period details common to the district, including, "etched glass doors, original hardware, marble fireplace mantels and intact moldings." There is also planted rear garden.
? A 1910 four-story, two-duplex house in Boerum Hill is asking $2.295 million and could easily be converted into a single-family, according to the listing. It features exposed ceiling beams, marble mantles, a backyard, and a deck.
? In Greenwood (north of the cemetery), 25-foot wide mixed-use brownstone has two residential units and ground-floor store and is asking $2.099 million. Highlights include an original bannister, decorative fireplaces, and tin ceilings.
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