clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Bed-Stuy Townhouse With Outdoor Shower Asks $2.65M

New, 7 comments

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 really lovely three-story townhouse in Bed-Stuy, close to the Clinton Hill border. Recently restored, the house is configured for two families, five wood-burning fireplaces, a two-story light well, and three terraces. It also has an outdoor shower, which is a great idea, given Bed-Stuy's festive, beachfront location. Historic details include original plaster scrollwork and crown molding, restored original shutters, mantels, doors, stairs, and mahogany railings, along with subway tiling in the bathrooms and a combination of new and salvaged fixtures. It's asking $2.65 million.


↑ Up next is this three-story brownstone, also in Bed-Stuy. Built in 1897 by developer/politician Walter F. Clayton (apparently, a real bore who pioneered film censorship in the 20s), the home features a carved facade, high ceilings, a pier mirror, window transoms with stained glass, crown plaster molding, and pocket doors, plus skylights and new wood flooring. It's asking $1.4 million.


↑ Up next, yet another townhouse in Bed-Stuy, this time asking $1.5 million. This large home is configured as a two-bedroom rental over a four-bedroom owner's triplex. It features original stained glass windows, Wood flooring, mantels, pocket window shutters, pocket doors, moldings, staircases, and fireplaces. It also has some solar panels!


↑ In Park Slope, this four-story brownstone is asking $3.5 million. Built in 1899, the house has some pretty nice details, including plaster ceilings, a decorative mantel, a pier mirror, wainscoting, and some gorgeous fretwork. Overripe bananas and children's artwork are included.


↑ Finally, in Clinton Hill, this three-story townhouse. It has original moldings and marble mantels, high ceilings, big windows, and exposed brick. It's asking $1.595 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]