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 this week is a contemporary three-story carriage house in Boerum Hill. It has a loft-like layout, with a skylit atrium and translucent glass wall, a curved glass stairway, floor-to-ceiling windows with automatic shade, a wood burning fireplace, and a walk-in closet. It also seems to be made of some sort of stucco, and it's asking $7.99 million.
↑ Also in Boerum Hill, this four-story brownstone is asking $2.65 million. It has "classic details and contemporary updates" and what looks like a nice little wood-burning fireplace.
↑ In Park Slope, this turn-of-the-century townhouse is asking $1.85 million. It has a really nice garden, a washer/dryer in the basement, a newly updated kitchen, and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi. Apparently the top floor "needs a face lift."
↑ Also in Park Slope is this gorgeous brick and limestone townhouse. Built in 1896 by owner/builder Charles G. Petersen, the home faces Prospect Park and has "a quadruple parlor with two wood-burning fireplaces, exquisite center staircase, formal dining room with original china cabinet, powder room and huge custom eat-in-kitchen with deck and steps to a landscaped garden." Original details include stained glass, oak and bird's eye maple woodwork, parquet flooring with inlaid borders, pier mirrors, pocket doors, decorative plaster ceiling detail, and original light fixtures and mantels. It's asking $4.75 million.
↑ Finally, this brick row house in Clinton Hill is asking $1.9 million. The four-story house was built in the 1899 and has some nice original details, such as period plasterwork, marble mantels, inlaid parquet flooring, captain's wheel railing and spindle archway, and an oculus skylight.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]