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 on the roundup is this modern townhouse in Greenpoint is asking $2 million. The home epitomizes a "modern rustic design," with exposed wood joists, wide plank floors, preserved tin ceilings, and original moldings. Located right down the street from the waterfront, the listing describes this townhouse as an "enchanting sea captains home," which means it either smells like fish or is haunted by ghost pirates.
Up next, this adorable limestone townhouse in Prospect Lefferts Garden is asking $1.175 million. The floorplan allows light from three exposures, with a center staircase and skylight. There are also beamed ceilings, plate rail moulding, and decorative fireplace, and original details include parquet floors, plaster walls, stained glass transom windows, and giant light-up ampersands.
Finally, this four-story, 20'-wide brownstone in Park Slope. The place is huge, with a media room, plus lots of outdoor space in the form of a deck, a garden with patio, and a roof deck. There are also multiple walk-in closets and a ton of storage. It's asking $2.995 million.
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