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Clinton Hill Home With Skylight Wants $3 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.


↑ This week's first offering is a restored two-family home in Clinton Hill. It features a four-bedroom owner's triplex over a one-bedroom apartment. The cellar is also finished. The kitchen and bathrooms have radiant heating, which will come in handy if fall ever returns. Also handy if that happens will be the two working fireplaces. A skylight lights the stairs and there's a backyard that can be landscaped to your specifications. Asking price: $2.995 million.


↑ Up next is another two-family home that lets the light in. The Bedford-Stuyvesant residence features a two-story living room in the owner's triplex. It's listed as having a total of five bedrooms, but that depends on how you configure it. You can soak in your favorite music throughout the house with an integrated sound system. The roof provides a view of One World Trade Center. All yours for $1.899 million.


↑ Now, if a two-family home isn't enough for you, check out this three-family home in Red Hook. If you don't like exposed brick, however, it's not for you. It has a total of nine bedrooms. It seeks $1.7 million.


↑ Continuing the theme of multi-family homes, this week's final offering is a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom upper duplex in Park Slope. You could call it a two-and-a-half-bedroom as the third bedroom is six-feet two-inches-wide. While even a normal-sized person could just lie down across its width, even Dr. Shaquille O'Neal wouldn't have a problem standing with the home's 10-foot ceilings. The living room is spacious, with a nook for the couch and a working fireplace. If that's not enough, head up to the roof because it's all yours. If entertainment is what you want, Barclays Center and BAM are only about 10 minutes away. If nature is want, Prospect Park is about the same distance the other way. If this home is what you want, prepare to fork over $2.19 million.

· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]