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 brick townhouse in Boerum Hill, asking $5.65 million. Built in 1851, the house was featured on 6sqft and has undergone extensive renovations by Dean/Wolf, with steel-troweled concrete and wide-plank pine floors, huge windows, high ceilings, a glass-walled balcony, and an enormous, blackened-steel, 40-person dining table.
↑ Up next is this gorgeous brownstone in Park Slope. It has original pine wood floors, built-in bookshelves, and a two-story conservatory with slate-tile floors, radiant heat, a gas fireplace, and an automatic garage door. The garden is beautifully landscaped with a koi pond. It's asking $2.495 million.
↑ In Carroll Gardens, this three-story brownstone is asking $2.8 million. The house was built in 1862 and has an original staircase, marble mantels, tin ceilings, plaster moldings, and "pastoral wall paintings."
↑ In Boerum Hill, this brownstone is asking $4.995 million. It has high ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, hardwood floors, and a walk-in closet with a stupid number of shoes on display.
↑ Finally, in Brooklyn Heights, this brownstone built in 1850 wants $6.1 million. It has an original staircase, pocket doors, ornate moldings, exposed brick walls, and five wood-burning fireplaces. It's currently configured as three studio apartments, a one-bedroom, and a garden duplex.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]