↑ First up is this wild, four-story mansion in Park Slope. Built in 1892 by C.P.H. Gilbert, the house is almost 27' wide and has seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and seven fireplaces. It's also been recently renovated with new electrical and plumbing systems and a restored brownstone facade. It was last on the market way back in 2010, asking a paltry $8.5 million, compared to the $11.99 million price tag this time around.
↑ In Clinton Hill, this five-story townhouse is asking $3.99 million. The house is huge and kind of spooky (it has a dumbwaiter—always a sign of a haunting), and though it definitely needs some work, it has a lot of potential.
↑ Up next is this brick townhouse in Bed-Stuy. The place has the original staircase, plus crown moldings, medallions, mantles, and wood floors. It's asking $1.05 million.
↑ In Carroll Gardens, these two brownstones are being offered in a package deal worth $9.6 million. Both houses offer floor-through apartments ceiling heights ranging from 10' to 14'. The combined dimensions of the houses are 38' wide by 44' deep.
↑ Finally, this brick townhouse, also in Carroll Gardens, is asking $3 million. It has two rental units and an owner's duplex, which happily follows one of our favorite townhouse staging trends of large stringed instruments leaning against stuff. The listing tells us this house is "iconic," but that seems kind of debatable. It's perfectly nice.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]