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.
? Built in 1899, this three-story, five-bedroom, 2.5-bath townhouse on Polhemus Place features a cavalcade of custom woodwork and "an exceptional array of stained glass, alabaster and crystal chandeliers plus hand-painted sconces." Basically, the living room looks like it could have doubled as a set in The Age of Innocence. The asking price is $4.35 million.
? Over on 11th Street, a three-story, 3,168-square-foot townhouse is asking $2.8 million. There are a ton of original details, such as custom wainscoting and molding and really high ceilings. And at 22.5 feet wide, it's also exceptionally spacious.
? A block down on 10th Street stands a single-family brick townhouse going for $2.695 million. It's been recently renovated, so it's the most modern of the townhouses featured today, with a custom-designed chef's kitchen and a media room. Definitely not a bad thing, and it looks like there's a great backyard, too.
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