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 three-story townhouse in Prospect Heights. The property is gated with a landscaped front yard, brick path, and a separate garage, while the house itself seems to have an interesting, loft-like layout with floor-to-ceiling windows. It's been recently refurbished with new appliances and two landscaped roof decks. It's asking $2.95 million.
↑ In Red Hook, this little two-story townhouse is asking $1.85 million. The place has been recently renovated and has a lot of nice touches, like weathered hardwood flooring, exposed brick, tin ceilings, original carved banisters, and a skylight. Although it's wisely not shown in the listing photos, the surrounding area is, well, desolate.
↑ Up next is this four-story brownstone in Park Slope. The house has some nice details, including stained glass windows,
hardwood flooring, and great built-in shelving. It also has three wood-burning fireplaces, a skylit staircase, and—weirdest of all—an indoor atrium with a fountain. It's asking $4.25 million.
↑ Next is this three-story brick townhouse in Greenpoint that's asking $1.995 million. It's a nice little building with a garage, good bones, and "significant air rights."
↑ Finally, this brownstone fixer-upper is in Bed-Stuy. The place is definitely a dump right now, but it has some nice details, including "wainscoting, 5 marble fireplace mantels with some intricate tile work, original shutters, ornate walls and center mouldings, built-ins, sky-lights and a claw foot tub." It's asking $975,000.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]