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The Most Impressive Brooklyn Brownstones Listed 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 Prospect Heights, this four-story, 116.25' deep brownstone is asking $3,095,000. Currently, it's separated into a garden-level rental and an owner's triplex, but the listings maintains that it could be "easily converted to a single family home." The original details are mostly contained in the living room, which features high ceilings, a marble fireplace, and an ornate plaster ceiling.

? At 531 11th Street in Park Slope, a three-unit brick townhouse hit the market for $2,295,000. The top floor unit was recently renovated.

? On the very same block as the last place, a single-family Park Slope brick townhouse weighs in at a slightly cheaper $2,249,000. Details include two decorative fireplaces, tin ceilings, and a claw foot tub.

? Over in Fort Greene, a very large townhouse is back on the market for $3,129,000 after being purchased for $1.65 million in 2007 and renovated. There are now three units, each around 1,000 square feet and very modern, but understated.

? Back to Park Slope we go, with a place that was also featured in this week's Open House Tour. 105 Sterling Place, a four-story two-family, is asking $2,800,000 for its five original mantles, ceiling medallions, and Pier mirrors.

? And we're staying in Park Slope for the final listing, a four-story, three-family brownstone. It has some stained glass, fancy woodworking, and ornamental plaster on walls and ceilings. It's asking $3,595,000.
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