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, four-story brownstone in Bed-Stuy. The home has been gut-renovated, with some preserved details, including the original door and exposed beams. There's also a reclaimed wood staircase and iron banister and a working gas fireplace. It's asking $2.65 million.
↑ Up next is one of the 9 Townhouses (the addition to the original 14 Townhouses) in Boerum Hill. The 4,300 square foot house is LEED certified and the facade is a combination of grey and red brick. There's also a 20' glass wall looking out over a landscaped yard, a remote-controlled gas fireplace, and a laundry list of expensive appliances and entertainment features. It's asking $4.05 million.
↑ Next is this turreted brownstone in Park Slope, asking $4.65 million. The house is wonderfully unique and interesting-looking, with inlaid parquet flooring, 10' ceilings, exposed brick, and a detailed cherry fireplace mantel, among other nice details. Also, it apparently made an appearance in Moonstruck, which is one of the greatest movies ever.
↑ Up next is this charming, three-story Victorian in Ditmas Park. The house has lots of space and a driveway/garage and has recently been updated with a new roof, new porch, restored shingles, and a newly painted exterior. It's asking $1.325 million.
↑ Finally, this four-story brick townhouse is also in Boerum Hill. The house has functional marble fireplaces, original hardwood flooring, and two outdoor spaces, but the listing highlights the 9,600 build-able square feet and 6,000 square feet of air rights, if that's your thing. It's asking $2.9 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]