↑ This week's first entry comes from Park Slope and bills itself as "the one you've been waiting for." Configured as a two-family home, it has a two-bedroom, two-bathroom owner's duplex over a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment. It has been completely renovated, with three-zone heating, new kitchens and bathrooms, and hickory hardwood floors. The terrace is the "perfect oasis for al fresco dining or a morning cup of coffee overlooking the neighborhoods gardens." The ask: $1.495 million.
↑ Up next is a listing from Bedford-Stuyvesant that bills itself as "one of the most significant homes on arguably the most desirable block" in the neighborhood. (You be the judge.) Measuring 5,000 square feet, it's configured with a four-bedroom owner's triplex over a garden level apartment. The home could also be configured as a single-family home. With several stained glass windows, original floors, pocket doors, and more, this "architectural gem" is asking $2.449 million.
↑ Holy shiny hardwood floors, Batman! This week's third entry is located in East New York and it set up as a four-bedroom owner's duplex over a two-bedroom apartment. It has new windows throughout, new plumbing, new electrical systems, and just a touch of stained glass. It's asking $619,000.
↑ This lovely brick townhouse in Stuyvesant Heights is billed as "eclectic, modern and sophisticated." It's set up as a three-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom owner's duplex over a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment. The listing says the backyard has "plenty of space for entertaining." Asking price? $1.295 million.
↑ This week's final entry is a real fixer-upper in Crown Heights. It could be great, but that will require a lot of work and "imagination" from its future owner. Floorplans indicate a three-unit layout of two one-bedroom units over a two-bedroom owner's duplex. There is a rear garden about the size of the owner's kitchen, from which it is accessed. If you're looking for a project, gather up $1.649 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]