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Fort Greene Farmhouse Asks $2.975 Million, and More

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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 the Townhouse Roundup is this three-story farmhouse in Fort Greene. It's not exactly a townhouse, but it's very cute and has a lot of character. Details include an open front porch, four wood-burning fireplaces and marble mantles, original hardwood flooring, ceiling medallions, and detailed archways. It also has a nice cedar deck and was recently upgraded, with new front windows and a landscaped, irrigated garden. It's asking $2.975 million.


↑ Up next, this four-story brownstone in Prospect Heights is asking $3.75 million. The building was renovated in 2012, including the facade. Historical details include stained glass, decorative mantles, and parquet floors. It also has high ceilings, French doors, a skylight, a study, and two marble baths with a clawfoot tub.


↑ Next is a Victorian house in Ditmas Park. The house has been upgraded and has an open porch, original doors, a stained glass panel in the foyer, and a large sun room "perfect for year round entertaining." There's also a two-car garage with a private drive way and a backyard. It's asking $1.35 million.


↑ Up next is this three-story, four-unit townhouse in Gowanus. Built in 2012, the home has an owner's triplex and three high-income producing rentals. The triplex has high ceilings, dark-stained hardwood flooring, a large living room with floor-to-ceiling built-ins, a kitchen with new appliances and custom cabinetry, and a south-facing garden. It's asking $2.495 million.


↑ Finally, this two-story townhouse in Crown Heights is asking $1.19 million. It has hardwood flooring with an original staircase, plaster moldings and mantel. There are also two skylights and an updated kitchen and bathroom.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]