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 Carroll Gardens, this one-family brownstone is asking $2.5 milion. Historic details include marble mantels, original woodwork, functional window shutters, moldings and wall details. The listing claims the outdoor space is "beautifully landscaped" but it's impossible to confirm this claim with the backyard looking like ice planet Hoth.
Up next is this landmarked four-story limestone townhouse in Crown Heights. The house was built in 1893 by architect Albert E. White and features a lot of nice historic details such as original parquet floors, pier mirrors, crown moldings, bay windows and decorative fireplaces. Unfortunately, it also looks like your grandmother's house, doilies and all. It's asking $1.999 million.
And lastly, this brick townhouse over in Brooklyn Heights. Built in the late 1800s, the home is recently renovated with a new kitchen and bathrooms, with two decorative marble fireplaces, hardwood floors, and moldings, despite some rather hideous design choices on the current owners' parts. There's also a library with custom built-in bookcases and a hidden wet bar in the formal dining room. It's asking $3.85 million.
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