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 this weekend's roundup is a huge, brick townhouse in Crown Heights. The three-story, 1920s Renaissance revival home has been recently upgraded with original details maintained. There are some nice bay windows, ornate original mirrors, crown molding, and wood paneling. There's also parking and outdoor space on three sides and—with the exception of tonight's episode of Mad Men—it's probably the whitest thing you'll see all day. It's asking a respectable $1.695 million.
↑ Next is this gorgeous, five-story brownstone in Park Slope. There are a ton of original details, such as original gas fixtures, stained glass, intricate parquet flooring, and pocket doors. Plus, the house is 22'-wide and has almost 6,500 square feet of living space. It's asking $6.995 million.
↑ Up next is this four-story townhouse in Bed-Stuy. Original details include grand chandeliers, marble mantels, leaded stained glass, and parquet flooring. It's being sold as-is for $1.35 million.
↑ Over in Carroll Gardens, this 1860s Italianate brownstone is asking $3.225 million. There are a lot of nice little details here, such as the plaster work, working shutters, and decorative mantels. There's also a nice, landscaped garden that looks pretty lively.
↑ While not technically a townhouse, this Park Slope offering is still worth a look. A farmhouse built in the 1860s, the home features a lovely little veranda, a driveway and two-car garage, and 5,000-square-feet of buildable space. Inside, there's a great old wood-burning stove, a finished basement, and an eat-in kitchen. It's asking $2 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]