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 gorgeous five-story brownstone in Fort Greene. Built in 1869, the house has a classic style (though it could probably use a different paint job . . .) and lots of lovely details, including two grand pier mirrors, mahogany pocket doors, working fireplaces, and an antique Baccarat chandelier. It also has high ceilings, a new kitchen, a wet bar, and a walk-in closet. It's asking $4.15 million.
↑ In Bed-Stuy, this three-story brownstone is asking $1.595 million. The house has been updated with new mechanicals and has parquet floors, a marble mantel, pocket shutters, a pier-mirror, French doors, and the original entry doors.
↑ Up next is this brick townhouse in Carroll Gardens. The place has exposed beams and brick, a wood-burning fireplace, extra-wide plank flooring, plaster picture moldings, and high ceilings, plus a new kitchen, custom bookshelves, and skylights. It also has three outdoor spaces—a garden, a terrace, and a roof deck. It's asking $2.5 million.
↑ In Park Slope, this adorable two-story townhouse is asking $985,000. It has been renovated and has reclaimed barn wood floors, built-in dressers, and a walk-in dressing room closet.