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.
↑ First up is this renovated brownstone in Park Slope. The place was built in 1891 and recently underwent a two-year renovation by CWB Architects, Tamara Eaton Design, and Pilaster Contracting, which features a new, full-width, glass extension at the rear. There are lots of nice details, including a landscaped garden, floating stairs that lead to a solarium, and a wood-burning fireplace. It's asking $7.5 million.
↑ Up next is this gorgeous, Federal-style brick townhouse in Cobble Hill. Built in the 1850s, original, restored details include pine wide-plank floors, exposed joists, original shutters, landmark-approved wood windows, tin ceilings, plaster moldings, and hand-carved marble mantels, plus two wood-burning fireplaces. It's asking $3.995 million.
↑ In Park Slope, this four-story brownstone is asking $3.195 million. The place is configured as a triplex over a high-income garden rental, and it has lots of nice details, including 12' ceilings, marble mantels, wide-plank floors, exposed brick and beams, and skylights.
↑ Finally, this large, brick townhouse in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens is asking $1.55 million. The place is 20.5'-wide and was built in 1914. It has a vaulted ceiling and floor-to-ceiling mahogany wainscoting, plus a fireplace, columns, and built-in bookshelves, an original blue stained-glass skylight, and a nice deck.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]