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 four-story, single-family townhouse in Park Slope. The house is narrow but deep, and features a driveway with a newly-constructed garage. It's recently renovated with new kitchen appliances, countertops, and fixtures, new bathrooms, and a new blue-slate garden patio with some nice creeping ivy. It's asking $3.2 million.
↑ Next, this four-story townhouse in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens is asking $1.975 million. Built in 1898 and located in the Prospect-Lefferts Gardens Historic District, the listing claims that the home has been updated to "modern day standards" which is true if disembodied wedding dresses and your grandma's house strike you as modern. Still, the house is nice and big with lots of details, including four working fireplaces and a custom designed library.
↑ In Clinton Hill, this four-story brownstone is asking $2.1 million. The single-family home features picture frame molding, three working fireplaces, dark wood floors, a new staircase, skylights, and a "beyond sexy garden/backyard" that has a built-in barbecue and a hot tub with a waterfall, which is some real LA shit but whatever.
↑ Up next is this two-story townhouse in Crown Heights. It has stainless steel kitchens, luxury baths, exposed brick, original deco fireplaces, and walnut floors, plus a very unique facade. The rental unit can bring in $6,000/month. It's asking $1.999 million.
↑ Also in Crown Heights right down the street, this three-story brick townhouse is asking $1.2 million. The listing says the house was built in 1930 and "is a reflection of its time," which is brokerbabble for "needs a crap-load work." Nevertheless, at 18'-wide and with 3,000 square feet of space, there's a lot of potential.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]