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 Fort Greene, this newly renovated brownstone is asking $3.65 million. It features high ceilings, detailed molding, marble fireplace, and a custom kitchen with brand new appliances. The lack of floorplan is very disconcerting, but if you're into beige and risqué photographs of boobs, this is the place for you.
? Over in Bushwick, this four-story brick townhouse has just been renovated. It can function as a single-family home or be broken up into individual units (there are two studio units on the top floor), and there's a great kitchen with granite countertops and new appliances. The garden sucks, but it looks like a fairly large townhouse with lots of potential. It's asking a very reasonable $799,000.
?Right down the street from last week's record-setter, this furnished Brooklyn Heights townhouse features multiple wood-burning fireplaces, a new kitchen and appliances, and a gorgeous private garden. Inside and out back, it really does look great, and the layout is pretty cool. However, there's no decent street pic, and a quick jaunt over to Google Streetview will reveal why: the buildings look like a nursing home, and its proximity to the BQE is a joke (though apparently it has "City Quiet windows" that will "let you hear a pin drop"). It's asking $3.25 million, which seems a little presumptuous, all things considered.
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