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Restored Brick Townhouse in Bed-Stuy Asks $1.998 Million

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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 is this charming little brick townhouse in Bed-Stuy. The place has been fully renovated with lots of nice little details, including shiplap paneling, white oak flooring, exposed brick, recycled lathe, exposed beams, black iron stairs, and custom cabinetry. The kitchen is very sleek and shiny, with a cook's fireplace and brand new appliances. There's also a very nice landscaped patio with cedar fencing, custom iron-work, succulents, and bluestone tiling. It's asking $1.998 million.


↑ Up next is this brick townhouse in Boerum Hill. The house is 22' wide and has been completely renovated with new windows, ironwork, and mechanicals throughout, and original details have been restored, including plasterwork moldings and salvaged wide plank floors. Best of all, this townhouse has an elevator. It's asking $4.95 million.


↑ In Clinton Hill, this classic Italianate brownstone is asking $2.695 million. The house was built in 1870 and is pretty huge, with 3,600 square feet of space. Details include intricate plasterwork, casings, hardwood flooring, millwork, and mantels, while the facade details include a heavy inset arched doorway and stoop and ornate sills.


↑ Next up is this four-story brick and limestone townhouse in Park Slope. The two-family house has an owner's triplex with a nice garden and terrace, a new kitchen with lots of details, three skylights, and updated mechanicals. It's asking $3.25 million.


↑ Finally, in Ocean Hill, this brownstone in asking $1.15 million. There's exposed brick and original mantels, pocket doors, moldings, and staircase.
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