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 massive, gorgeous brownstone in Park Slope. The place is 5,700 square feet spread across five-stories, with 12' ceilings and some really special restored details, including stained glass panels, 10' tall carved fireplace mantels, built-in floor-to-ceiling china cabinetry, and hardwood floors and oak panel wainscoting. It's currently configured for four families and offers $10,000/month in rental income. It's asking $5.85 million.
↑ Also in Park Slope, this four-story brownstone is asking $3.475 million. The place has some really lovely pier mirrors over mantels, "gloriously" high ceilings, parquet floors, and carved woodwork. It's currently set up with an owner's triplex over a garden rental, but can be converted to single-family.
↑ Up next is this three-story limestone townhouse, also in Park Slope. The place has 10' ceilings, a clawfoot tub, original parquet floors, wainscoting, a coffered ceiling, a triple bay window seat, and four decorative mantels. It's asking $3.75 million.
↑ Also located in Park Slope is this three-story brownstone. The house was designed by "a local architect with a love of innovation an appreciation for the history of Brownstone Brooklyn," and has been recently renovated, with new kitchens and baths. It's asking $2.3 million.
↑ Finally, this two-story townhouse on the border of Park Slope and Greenwood is asking $1.295 million. The place seems to have a nice garden and has been renovated recently, with new bathrooms with a Jacuzzi tub and floor-warmer.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]