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, this four-story townhouse in Prospect Heights is asking $3.385 million. With its period details restored, the place features original mantels, a pier mirror, and a center staircase. There are also new appliances, a walk-in closet, a large garden, and—allegedly—views of the Empire State Building.
↑ Up next is this 25' wide townhouse in the Lefferts Manor Historic District of Prospect-Lefferts Garden. Historic details include coffered ceilings, pocket doors, wainscoting, center stairwell, a gas fireplace, and in-laid parquet floors throughout. It's asking $2.995 million.
↑ In Brooklyn Heights, this historic Greek Revival townhouse is asking $4.25 million. It needs a lot of work, but the house—which dates all the way back to 1834—is gorgeous and has a ton of potential. It features 11' ceilings, crown moldings, a large marble fireplace, and great views of Manhattan.
↑ Also in Brooklyn Heights, this brick townhouse is asking $6.25 million. It has 11' plus ceilings, original shutters, a white marble mantel and moldings, and a lovely little solarium. Weird art probably not included.
↑ Finally, this two-story brownstone in Bed-Stuy is asking $1.195 million. The house has been restored and updated, with carved detailing on the windows, picture moldings, in-laid hardwood floors, pocket doors, a clawfoot tub, and a skylight.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]