↑ This brand-new Boerum Hill construction lets you open up the living spaces—literally. The entire back wall of both the living room and the "recreation room" open up, accordion-style. There are also front and rear terraces on the master bedroom floor and there is usable roof space with views of the Manhattan skyline. The home can be configured for up to five bedrooms and has four-plus bathrooms, and it's asking $7.5 million.
↑ Up next is a smaller affair in Windsor Terrace marketed as having the "Holy Grail of Real Estate." What's that, you may ask? "An alluring synthesis of charming original detail and the most sophisticated contemporary style." Oooookay. It's listed as a three-bedroom, but the floorplans show a fourth in the basement. Either way, there are only two bathrooms. The kitchen (but not the dining room) opens on to a rear garden space. Of course, if you want more open space, Prospect Park is right there. You can have this "Holy Grail" for $1.295 million.
↑ This former carriage house in Red Hook has plenty of terraces, offering the owner three separate spaces for dining al fresco. The home was built in 1931, but has a modern feel thanks to an open floor plan and upgrades for its appliances. It has three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, and private parking available. The asking price is $1.9 million.
↑ This pre-war home in Sunset Park has a garden space as big as its first floor. There are four bedrooms and two bathrooms, the upper of which opens on to the roof deck. It's shown with a Doctor Who shower curtain, but you may, of course, regenerate whatever you'd like. You can materialize in the home for $999,000.
↑ This house in Ditmas Park is, unsurprisingly, quite charming. It's full of large, inviting spaces, including the foyer and the front porch. There's a rear deck, too. Of course, you won't be inviting the entire world in because this three-bedroom abode is situation on a tree-lined cul-de-sac. Asking price: $2.1 million.
↑ Finally, there is a two-family home in Crown Heights, which has two separate dwellings within the building. The first floor, the "owner's floor," has three bedrooms and a back yard that looks more like a large community garden than something you would have in your own home. The second-floor rental has two bedrooms and even its own laundry. Starting price: $1.999 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]