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, this huge four-story brownstone in Carroll Gardens is asking $2.999 million. Built in 1890 with original tin ceilings, the home was newly renovated with new large windows, a new sprinkler system, updated plumbing and electric, new oak flooring, and a new kitchen and baths. There is also a spacious garden with what looks like a nice Japanese maple.
Up next, this three-story brownstone and brick townhouse in Park Slope is asking $1.8 million. While it looks like it could definitely use some work, at 20'-wide and 3,300 square feet, there's a lot of living space, with high ceilings, original moldings, and French doors. It also has a really interesting facade.
Last on the roundup is this three-story brick townhouse in Park Slope. The place was renovated within the last five years and there are quite a few rental possibilities. It's asking $2.199 million.