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 a four-story brownstone in Carroll Gardens. Built in the 1850s in the Italianate style, the house has a pretty deep front yard with some nice original details, including six marble mantels, crown moldings, pocket doors, and a grand central staircase. It's asking $3.2 million.
↑ Up next is this four-story brownstone in Clinton Hill. The place has been recently renovated, with dark hardwood flooring throughout, three working fireplaces, a new staircase, skylights, and a backyard with a built-in grill and a hot tub with a waterfall. It's asking $2.3 million.
↑ Next, this three-story, green townhouse in Downtown Brooklyn is asking $2.3 million. It's a very cute house with a gorgeous garden, apparently with "over 30 varieties of floral and herbs" and a stone goldfish pond. Also, according to the listing, it's "an oasis amidst the soldier like glass towers and predictable townhomes of Brooklyn," which, yikes! Shots fired. Some real big talk from a broker trying to pass off Concord Street as Vinegar Hill.
↑ Up next is this three-story brownstone in Bed-Stuy. The house is 20'-wide on a 100' lot, and has had just two owners since it was built in 1891. It's currently set up with an owner's duplex and two full-floor rentals. It's asking $1.525 million.
↑ Finally, in Bed-Stuy, this two-story brownstone is asking $1.499 million. Recently gut renovated, it's set up as a four-bedroom owner's duplex and a two-bedroom rental, with a big garden.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]