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 contemporary, loft-like townhouse in Clinton Hill. The place has some nice high-tech details, such as 2-zone hydronic radiator heating, high-efficiency tankless hot-water heater and boiler, and a Daikin split heat-pump AC system, plus exposed brick, steel, and concrete. There are also 15' ceilings with exposed, salvaged beams, insulated skylights, and wood-burning fireplaces. It's currently split into three units and is asking $3.5 million.
↑ Next up is this brick, neo-Federal townhouse in Prospect-Lefferts Garden. The spacious house has high ceilings, a fireplace, ornate woodwork, and stained glass windows, and has been occupied by the same family for 60 years (apparent, perhaps, in the violently grandmotherly decor). It's asking $1.85 million.
↑ In Carroll Gardens, this four-story brick townhouse is asking $2.495 million. The house has four, high-yield units and recently underwent a gut-renovation with upgraded mechanicals.
↑ Next is this fixer-upper in Fort Greene. The place has some beautiful bones, at 19' wide and with oak parquet flooring, ornate inlaid borders, seven marble fireplace mantles, sliding doors with etched glass, and "wedding cake" plaster molding. It's asking $2.495 million.
↑ Finally, this recently vacated brownstone in Bushwick is asking $1.499 million. The house is split into six apartments and though it could definitely use some work, the Elliman listing claims that annual income from the rental units hovers around a cool $110,000.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]