There's a lot going on with this six-bedroom townhouse in Crown Heights, and we're kind of digging it. The home was originally built in 1901, and many of its original elements—wainscoting, built-in bookshelves, massive fireplaces, even the staircase—have been restored, so it has the feel of a grand pre-war mansion, minus the insane price you'd pay in Manhattan. There's also a lovely, three-story solarium, which the brokerbabble (which is especially florid here) says "floods every level with light and warmth" (it also connects to a private, lush patio). The kitchen and bathrooms were also recently redone, and there's even a private terrace off the master bedroom. The house was previously listed for $3.5 million, but returned to the market with a slightly lower ask—now, it wants $3.4 million.