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Huge Brick Townhouse in Brooklyn Heights Wants $6.95M

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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.


First up is this five-story brick townhouse in Brooklyn Heights. At 23'-wide and five stories tall, the house is huge and gorgeous. There are floor-to-ceiling windows, original mantels, and high ceilings, plus a really lovely garden and patio. It's asking a pretty steep $6.95 million.


Up next is this four-story brownstone in Park Slope. The home is recently renovated, with new lighting and central air throughout. Original details include restored double wood doors in the front, a carved wood and marble decorative mantel, wooden pocket doors, and restored mercury stained glass bay windows. It's asking $3.35 million.


Lastly, this four-story brick townhouse in Boerum Hill is asking $4.6 million. The whole house has been updated or replaced, with a landmark-approved masonry extension added in 2006. There's a library with 20' ceilings, a covered terrace with piped BBQ gas, and a fully landscaped rear garden with large, fully-grown conifers.