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 brick townhouse in Park Slope. The five-story building has floor-to-ceiling windows, 12' ceilings, a huge kitchen with new appliances, a master bath with radiant floor heating, a modern fireplace, along with a landscaped rear garden and roof deck. It's asking $4.625 million.
↑ Up next is this five-story brownstone in Clinton Hill. Designed by John S. Frost in 1892, the place has 6,1000 square feet of living space, along with a really unique, detailed facade. There are also high ceilings, wooden shutters, a carved staircase, and 11 unique fireplaces and tiled mantels. Mechanicals have been recently updated and it's asking $2.5 million.
↑ Next is this huge neo-Greco brownstone in Park Slope, asking $3.6 million. The 1886 home has tall bay windows and a high stoop with cast iron railings, and is apparently a "wealth of historic detail" including what looks like some really lovely carved woodwork and tiled mantels.
↑ In Bushwick, this modern townhouse is asking $1.275 million. The house has been recently renovated and has brand new appliances, central A/C, exposed brick, beamed 9' ceilings, skylights, and nine closets upstairs.
↑ Finally, this brick townhouse is also in Bushwick and has also been recently renovated. It's being marketed as an investment property, with voice intercom, a shared laundry area, separate HVAC systems, and all new plumbing and electrical systems for tenants. According to the listing, the projected rental income is $8,800/month (or $105,600/year). It's asking $1.499 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]