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.
? It has been a huge week for Brooklyn townhouse listings, some of which we've already featured. There are still more than enough for a roundup, though, such as this restored and updated 1860 brownstone in Boerum Hill. Configured as an owner's triplex and a garden rental, it features incredibly intricate ceiling molding and decorative fireplaces and is asking $3.5 million.
? An entire Fort Greene two-lot compound, containing a brick townhouse and smaller carriage house, is on the market for $8.95 million. Both townhouse and carriage house are beautiful but the lot allows for a total of 38,500 buildable square feet, so what are the chances that it doesn't end up with an apartment building on it?
? The hits just keep on coming with a spacious neo-Grec style brownstone in Park Slope. It has lots of original woodwork, a landscaped backyard, and wants $3.45 million.
? In Cobble Hill, this four-story house is separated into an owner's garden duplex and two rentals. It's pretty modern (compared to this week's other houses, at least) and lacks the period details of its brethren but does include a lot of exposed brick, built-bookshelves, and a decorative fireplace. The asking price is $3.695 million.
? This Park Slope townhouse is very similar to the previous Park Slope townhouse. Eerily similar, in fact—take a look at the floorplans. It, too, has a lot original woodworking, molding, a little bit of stained glass, and a garden. It wants $3.3 million.
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