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Brick Townhouse in Cobble Hill Wants $4.1 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 four-story brick townhouse in Cobble Hill. Built in the 1900, the house is set up for four families but can be converted to a single-family residence. It has wide-plank wood floors and period details, including pocket doors with etched glass, moldings, and detailed marble mantels. It's asking $4.1 million.


↑ Next is this rowhouse brownstone in Crown Heights, asking $1.899 million. The four-story home features an owner's triplex with a pneumatic vacuum elevator, along with original hardwood floors, crown moldings, stained glass windows, bay windows with pocket shutters, wainscoting, skylights, built-in bookshelves, pocket doors, French doors, and six gas fireplaces


↑ Up next is this legal bed & breakfast in Bed-Stuy. The house has decorative fireplaces, original hardwood floors and molding, a stained-glass skylight, and exposed brick. It's asking $2.5 million.


↑ In Bushwick, this brick and limestone townhouse is asking $1.395 million. The house has been recently upgraded and renovated and has high income potential.


↑ Finally, in Carroll Gardens, this brownstone is asking $4.65 million. The 25'-wide house has high ceilings on every floor and some nice original details, including marble fireplaces, ornate plaster moldings, wide-plank floors, ceiling medallions, generous staircase, and stained glass skylight.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]