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.
↑ In Boerum Hill, this brick townhouse is asking $3.795 million. In addition to numerous dead animal parts, the 1860s house features period moldings, original wood floors, pocket doors and shutters, and five original marble fireplaces. There's also a pretty large garden.
↑ Up next is this adorable row house over in Red Hook. The "artist's home" features exposed brick, beamed ceilings, skylights, and painted wood floors, and a nice, landscaped garden. There's also a highly efficient Navien boiler. It's asking $1.3 million.
↑ Up next is this huge, 24'-wide brownstone in Carroll Gardens. It's pretty gorgeous, and details include "white marble mantel, fluted columns with carved details, plaster moldings and medallions, fret work, stained glass panels in the oversized windows, inlaid parquet floors, and formal dining room." But is it worth a surprising $7.35 million?
↑ Also in Carroll Gardens, this renovated brownstone is asking $2.75 million. There are lots of modern amenities, including a Jacuzzi-style tub on the top floor, new kitchen appliances, a 3-zone air-conditioning system, and double glazed Pella windows. There is also a wood-burning fireplace and a bunch of other historic details.
↑ Finally, this four-story townhouse in Park Slope is asking $2.995 million. It was recently gut renovated by the owners and has wideboard flooring, exposed brick, original marble mantels, 10' ceilings, and a custom kitchen with new appliances. There's also a large terrace that looks out over a nice little garden that looks like its exploding with magnolia petals.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]