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.
? This recently renovated red brick townhouse in Cobble Hill hit the market earlier this week for $2.95 million. It's currently set up as a three-bedroom, two-bath duplex with another single bedroom in the garden apartment, but it can easily be converted to a single-family home. There's also a nice patio, a huge basement, and from the looks of things, a very modern kitchen.
? Over in Carroll Gardens, this slightly less expensive four-story brownstone is asking $2.85 million. There are lots of cool little perks here, such as high ceilings, French doors, oak floors throughout, and a mahogany staircase, but to be honest, the outdoor space leaves a lot to be desired. The listing describes the roof-deck as "heavenly," which seems like a gross exaggeration/lie, unless your idea of heaven is staring at other people's HVAC systems. Still a nice property though.
? Finally, we come to a three-family townhouse in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Inside, the building could definitely use some work, which explains the low asking price of $1.25 million. Yet, with all its faults, this 1886 four-story still looks pretty good and features a ton of period details, such as stained glass transoms and original woodwork. Plus, the building's marble facade (apparently, one of three in Brooklyn) is gorgeous.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]