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, 190-year-old yellow clapboard townhouse in Brooklyn Heights. Built in 1825, the house is huge, with lots of nice details, including a wood-burning fireplace and period moldings, as well as mahogany pocket doors and an original clawfoot tub. There is also a restored mahogany staircase and a lovely landscaped garden. It's asking a very impressive $10.75 million.
↑ Up next is this enormous brownstone, also in Brooklyn Heights. Located on the corner of Sidney Place, the massive, five-story brownstone is very deep and is configured for multiple families. It was also once the home of artist John D. Graham, who mentored Jackson Pollock and founded what would later become the Guggenheim. The facade and stoop was recently replaced, and it's asking $5.5 million.
↑ In Boerum Hill, this three-story townhouse is asking $2.35 million. The single-family home is recently renovated, with lots of nice details. There is a skylight, exposed beams, a new bath, a nice rear garden, and a full cellar with lots of space and an extra laundry area.
↑ Up next is this newly renovated brownstone in Prospect Heights. The place has lots of exposed brick, stained glass windows, reclaimed french oak flooring, and wood-burning fireplaces. It's asking $4.075 million.
↑ Finally, this four-story limestone townhouse in Park Slope is asking $3.975 million. It's currently configured for two families, with an owner's triplex and a one-bedroom garden rental.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]