↑ First up is this Park Slope townhouse, which actually has very old bones: The structure was originally built in 1890, but was totally revamped by Redtop Architects into essentially a new house. The four-bedroom home got a brand-new exterior, along with central air, a finished basement, and huge windows that overlook the backyard. It's asking $4 million.
↑ The new owner of this Clinton Hill home, available for $1.8 million, will technically be getting two residences: It's configured as a two-family, with an "owner's triplex" above and a two-bedroom apartment in the basement. The decor in the triplex is slightly, er, rustic, so there's that to contend with. But the place has high ceilings and an expansive backyard, and if you're feeling ambitious, it could be converted into a three-family home.
↑ Those looking for a little more privacy may be interested in this Bay Ridge Tudor house, located in a charming cul-de-sac near Owl's Head Park. The renovated three-bedroom pad, asking $880,000, has a formal living and dining room, along with an upgraded kitchen and a finished basement. The listing also touts an "original stained glass skylight" in the master bathroom, which is kind of cool.
↑ Renovated townhouses seems to be the theme this week: This Red Hook three-bedroom, located right on Van Brunt Street, also got an upgrade recently (though it didn't change the lack of bathrooms: there's only one in the entire place). Updated features include beech and oak floors throughout, brand-new windows, and a totally redone kitchen with radiant heat flooring. There's also a huge backyard and a new roof. The price: $1.15 million.
↑ Finally, there's this Crown Heights townhouse, built in 1901 and still in possession of some of its original details (including pocket doors, wainscoting, and fireplaces). Though it's not as shiny and new as this week's other houses, it did get an update about ten years ago, which added a new kitchen and bathrooms, along with new windows. There's also a charming roof deck. It's currently configured as a two-family, but can be converted back to a single-family home; it's asking $2 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]