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's not large, or cheap, at $2.75 million, but this renovated 19th century carriage house in Cobble Hill has charm for days. The original hay loft door has been made into a huge skylight that opens into the living room. The upper floor fits in three bedrooms and the basement includes a finished den and laundry room.
? The owners of this Boerum Hill four-story single-family bought it for $775,000 in 2010 and hope that their gut renovation will be compelling enough to fetch $3.5 million. That seems a little overly ambitious, especially considering that classic brownstones are what's hot in Brooklyn right now and this renovation is decidedly modern, but then again, stranger things have happened and people seem to be paying more and more for these houses every day.
? In Park Slope, a three-unit, 22-foot-wide brownstone is asking $3.295 million. It has some marble fireplaces, crown molding, french doors, the usual. There are "rumors that I.M Pei renovated the building," which seems like something you'd know for sure.
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