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Prospect Heights Row House Wants $2.5M, 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 row house in Prospect Heights. Built by William L. Beers in 1899, the house has lots of nice original details, including six fireplaces, wainscoting, cornices, shutters, stained glass transom, sand wood floors. It also has a nice, 70' garden, skylights, and gas sconces. It's asking $2.499 million.


↑ Up next is this bonkers corner house in Crown Heights. The two-story home is huge, with around 3,449 square feet of space, and it's currently filled with lots of weird shtetl art. There's also a garage with parking for two cars, spacious gardens, and a fully finished basement. It's asking $1.999 million.


↑ In Cobble Hill, this three-story townhouse is asking $3.5 million. Details are non-existent, but it looks like the place is multi-family and has some good details (wainscoting, nice fireplaces, seriously gorgeous molding). There's also a broker's video hilariously scored by Bobby Darin (where "Beyond the Sea" presumably means "Beyond the East River").


↑ Up next is this two-story townhouse in Kensington. The place has been recently renovated and has private parking, and it's asking $995,000.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]