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 beautiful brick townhouse in Brooklyn Heights. The house was built in 1849 and there's a ton of historic details, plus an elevator, 12' ceilings, and bay windows overlooking a garden designed by landscape architect Alice Ireys. The place is 25'-wide and has around 6,500 square feet of living space. It's asking $7.2 million.
↑ Over in Williamsburg, this three-story townhouse is asking $4.3 million. The place was built in 1890 and was gut-renovated 13 years ago. It's currently configured for multiple families but it can be converted into a single-family home quite easily.
↑ This four-unit, two-story investment property in Weeksville is asking $1.495 million. The place is fully-rented and offers an income of $8,400/month. It has a two-car garage, separate boilers, hardwood flooring, and a coin operated laundry.
↑ This landmarked limestone house is in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens. The place was built in 1899 and has parquet floors, detailed fireplaces, and French doors, plus a grand staircase, servants' stairs, and a huge library with wet bar. It's asking $2.5 million.
↑ Finally, this two-story brick townhouse in Bed-Stuy is asking $1.05 million. The place has hardwood floors and a new kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]