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Bed-Stuy Two-Family Lets The Light In For $1.9 Million

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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.


↑ If you want a lot of light on your breakfast nook, then this house in Bedford-Stuyvesant is for you. It's a two-family structure set up with a three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom owner's triplex atop a one-bedroom garden level apartment. The owner's kitchen has light streaming in from the double-height windows at the rear. Very sleek, it connects directly to a dining area with a fireplace and a living area beyond that. There are hardwood floors throughout, plus a private deck and patio. Asking price: $1.899 million.


↑ This two-family in Bushwick is billed as "unforgettable." It features a two-bedroom owner's duplex over a one-bedroom garden level apartment. When it comes to bathrooms, they are listed as having 2.5 and 1.5 respectively, though floorplans indicate only two and one respectively. Either way, the house features a stained glass front door, decorative fireplaces that can only warm your heart, and Kutch and Samsung kitchen appliances. It's around practically around the corner from the Gates Av J/Z subway station and can be yours for $1.25 million.


↑ This house in Flatbush might not be that much to look at from the street, but envisions you packing your big family inside, being listed as a seven-bedroom (though the floorplans only show six – you could probably makde the upstairs media room into a bedroom). One wouldn't be faulted for thinking this is Ditmas Park. There is a detached four-car garage and you can park there for $1.1 million.


↑ This renovated brownstone sits on a tree-lined block in Stuyvesant Heights. There is a three-bedroom owner's duplex over a two-bedroom apartment. You can plop down in one of the spacious bedrooms for $1.39 million.


↑ Finally, we have a home in the Columbia Street Waterfront District billed as "a step above all else in Brooklyn." It's an exercise in loft living, with basically each floor being part a separate one-bedroom unit. The total number of bedrooms is four, with one full bathroom apiece. Most of the living/dining/kitchen areas are extremely spacious and invite you to get creative with your furnishings. There is outdoor space with a view of Lower Manhattan. One of the bedrooms does have a column in front of the bed, so that will make watching television difficult. The asking price is $4.2 million.

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