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 three-story, mixed use townhouse in Williamsburg. Set above the unbelievably Williamsburgy shop Moon River Chattel, the home has riginal trim, moldings and doors, wide-plank pine flooring, plaster walls, two decorative fireplaces, high ceilings, skylights and north/south exposure. There's also a huge deck and a gorgeous little garden. It's asking $3.5 million.
↑ Next, this two-story brick townhouse in Park Slope is asking $1.6 million. The listing simply states that it has "lots of light and a huge backyard," and you are urged to "make it your own."
↑ In Bed-Stuy, this brick townhouse is asking $1.195 million. Built in 1899, original details include wainscoting, pocket doors, staircase, stained glass, and a decorative fireplace. It also has a garage.
↑ Up next is this large, four-story brick townhouse in Clinton Hill, asking $3 million. The place is recently renovated by the owner/architect and features floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room, new stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and a large rear garden, as well as original moldings and stained-wood floors. Oh, and one of the bedrooms has elements that "somehow combine to make it feel like you are stepping in to a sweet, 19th c. Parisian atelier," which might win the award for stupidest brokerbabble of the week.
↑ Finally, this four-story townhouse in Clinton Hill is asking $1.995 million, which is quite a bit for property that one might kindly describe as a "fixer upper" (more accurately, "a complete and utter dump"). And though there are undoubtedly some fantastic bones here (the facade, in particular is gorgeous), right now, this place looks like a set from Trainspotting.
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