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 really lovely, classic brownstone in Carroll Gardens. The house is four-stories and was recently gut renovated and restored by Baxt Ingui Architects, with new kitchen and bathrooms, HVAC system, a wine cellar, and a "communication center." It also has restored original flooring, crown and baseboard moldings, pocket doors, a wood-burning fireplace with marble mantel. The place is asking $4.5 million.
↑ Up next is this adorable brick townhouse in Park Slope. The house has a really lovely garden patio and a covered terrace, plus a living room with exposed brick, a beamed ceiling, and a wood-burning fireplace. There's also a heated outbuilding in the back that can be used as a studio or an office or whatever. It's asking $1.25 million.
↑ Up next, this charming townhouse in Windsor Terrace is asking $1.85 million. The house has three floors and was recently upgraded, with hardwood oak floors, new oak staircases, new mullioned windows, and cordless shades.
↑ In Bed-Stuy, this restored brownstone is asking $2.895 million. The place was originally built in 1886 but it has been completely restored, with original floors with "old world marquetry wood details," recessed pocket window shutters, and pocket doors. It also has a nice garden area and a new kitchen.
↑ Finally, this townhouse in Sunset Park is asking $1.298 million. Original details include pocket doors, mirrored mantels, fireplaces, a clawfoot bathtub, and a white porcelain Italian pedestal sink. There is also an alarming number of decorative plates in this house, based on the listing photos.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]