Welcome to the Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup, where we—you guessed it—take a look at the most notable Brooklyn townhouses on the market. Got tips? Send 'em here.
↑ First up is this classic brownstone in Park Slope. The place has been fully restored with new bathrooms, kitchen, heating, and zoned central AC. There are some very nice restored woodwork carvings, a wood-burning fireplace, and high ceilings. New amenities include radiant floor heating in all of the bathrooms, a color video intercom, a security system, and energy efficient windows. It's asking $3.475 million.
↑ Up next is this charming Victorian in everybody's favorite suburban enclave, Prospect Park South. The house was built in 1901 and has a nice little garden with mature hedges and plantings, a driveway/garage, and some nice period details, including parquet floors, stained glass windows, and original mantles. The kitchen looks like it hasn't been touched since 1962, but that may just be a questionable design choice. It's asking $1.999 million.
↑ Up next is this contemporary brick townhouse in Williamsburg, which is asking $3.25 million. The two-story house has rustic appeal and has recently been recently, with some nice brick, two wood-burning stoves, and two rental units with monthly income totaling around $5,200.
↑ In Prospect Lefferts Gardens, this three-story brick townhouse is asking $2.595 million. The house has a gas-burning fireplace, a nice wood roof deck, a garage and carport, and some other . . . interesting features, like a bathroom with a mirrored ceiling. It's also described as "neo-Medieval" for some reason, despite its glaring lack of battlements, moats arrowslits, or other practical fortification elements.
↑ Finally, this brownstone in Bed-Stuy is asking $1.799 million. The 5,000-square-foot, two-family house has high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and central HVAC.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]