? This newly built South Slope townhouse stands across the street from the enormous and probably haunted Green-Wood Cemetery, which is good news for any eccentric millionaire necromancers trying to "make a change." At four-stories, the house features high ceilings, newly upgraded kitchen, a jacuzzi tub, a custom roofdeck, and a personal garage. There's also plus a fully outfitted basement that the brokerbabble proudly calls a "(Hu)ManCave" (stop). It's asking $1.975 million.
? In Cobble Hill, three townhouses (112, 120, and 122 Congress Street) in the new and boringly titled Townhouses of Cobble Hill development are on sale—one for $3.65 million and two for $3.875 million. The interiors seem nice, with wide open spaces, huge casement windows, and oak flooring. The kitchens are also remarkable, with "Ernestomeda custom Italian cabinetry, Calacutta marble countertops, Sub-Zero refrigerators, Viking range and wine coolers."
? On the edge of Bed-Stuy, this three-story brownstone is asking $1.3 million. It's by no means the flashiest townhouse in Brookklyn, but it's a nice building with a clean layout and a cool little fence/gate.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]