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Fort Greene Brownstone Wants $3.7 Million, and More

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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 three-story brownstone in Fort Greene. The house has tall windows and 12' ceilings, along with original crown moldings and wood staircase, and a marble fireplace in every bedroom. It's asking $3.7 million.

↑ Next is this three-story limestone in Crown Heights. Built by architect Albert E. White, the landmarked home has a lot of nice historic details, including original hardwood floors, wainscoting, skylights, built-in bookshelves and armoires, three wood-burning fireplaces, pocket doors, plaster work, moldings, and pier mirrors. It's asking $2.3 million.

↑ Also in Crown Heights, this two-story brick townhouse is asking $1.775 million. The house has high ceilings, private parking, a wood-burning fireplace, parquet floors, and original woodwork.

↑ Next, this two-story contemporary townhouse in Gowanus is asking $1.2 million. The house is recently renovated and has new mechanicals, a nice patio deck, skylights upstairs, a finished basement with washer-dryer.

↑ Finally, this fixer-upper bronwstone in Bed-Stuy is asking $1.79 million. The place has some very nice bones, including hardwood floors, decorative fireplaces, pocket doors, shutters, and moldings.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]