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 Park Slope, this huge, limestone townhouse is asking $4.875 million. The 21'-wide house was built in 1905 and was recently updated from 2009 to 2012 by architectural firm Khanna Schultz . There's a glass pavilion in the back that contains the kitchen, which has a radiant heated floor, a skylight, tilted panels, and motorized blinds. There's also a pretty nice built-in library, a walk-in closet in the master bedroom, and a spa bath.
↑ Up next is this carriage house in Clinton Hill is asking $4.25 million. Built in 2006, the home has a little garden and a roof deck and a one-car garage that's heated for some reason.
↑ Next, this three-story limestone in Bed-Stuy is asking $1.85 million. Preserved details include stained glass windows, deep oak wainscoting, and mahogany staircases. There's also a gas-burning fireplace, intricate plaster ceilings, pocket doors, and embossed walls.
↑ In Fort Greene, this four-story row house is asking $2.65 million. The home has been renovated and has original marble fireplace mantles, a skylit bathroom, dark stained wood flooring, custom built-in shelving, and exposed brick.
↑ Last but not least is this historic 1850s townhouse in Brooklyn Heights. The white, castiron facade is very unique and the home has been recently restored. It's asking $4.85 million.
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