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 is this cute two-story brick and limestone townhouse in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens. The home has been recently restored, with a new kitchen and appliances, central A/C and heating, and two skylights. The house has high ceilings, lots of closet space, and hardwood floors with mahogany inlay. It's asking $1.675 million.
↑ Next up is this three-story brownstone in Fort Greene. Built in 1871, the 20'-wide brownstone has been preserved well but could use some updating. Details include plaster moldings and medallions, original woodwork and flooring, pocket doors, and marble mantels. It's asking $2.695 million
↑ Up next, this recently-renovated three-story in Bushwick is asking $995,000. The two-family house has good income potential, with a washer-dryer in each unit, new kitchens and baths, and hardwood flooring throughout.
↑ Next is this two-story house on the border of Greenpoint and Williamsburg. The strange-looking house has a garage, a nice patio, and a standalone studio in the back. The place has also been recently updated, renovated, and soundproofed. It's asking $2.1 million.
↑ Finally, in Carroll Gardens, this cute two-story is asking $2.990 million. Despite some interesting decorating choices, the house has lots of potential, including three working fireplaces, a nice garden patio and arbor, and tons of closet space.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]