↑ The week's first entry is a 115-year-old home in Park Slope. It's configured as a five-bedroom owner's triplex with two bathrooms over a one-bedroom garden apartment with one bathroom. Of course, you could return it to single-family use. The listing touts "rich elegant period details which include soaring ceilings, inlaid parquet floors, elaborate woodwork, stained glass windows, wainscoting, five exquisitely designed fireplaces, marble sinks and pocket doors." Located just off Prospect Park and only a seven-minute walk from the 2/3 at Grand Army Plaza, it's asking $4.695 million.
↑ Up next is this three-unit townhouse in Bushwick. Though there is no floorplan posted, the listing indicates it's configured with two four-bedroom units over one three-bedroom unit. It is billed as a "smart investment property or a wonderful home to live in for a potential owner." Located about a block from the J/Z and walking distance from the L train, the asking price is $1.495 million.
↑ Up next, another townhouse divided into three units, this time on a picturesque block in Boerum Hill. There is a two-bedroom duplex under two one-bedroom single-floor units. The duplex has access to a backyard terrace. It's listed at $3.75 million.
↑ Over in Brooklyn Heights, we have a stately two-unit townhouse set up as a four-bedroom owner's triplex over a one-bedroom garden apartment. The triplex has three-and-a-half bathrooms and the apartment has one full bathroom. The main living room is large and the kitchen is open. It's located right across the street from a movie theater. The price of admission to this home is $3.995 million.
↑ This two-unit townhouse in Bedford-Stuyvesant is a 111-year-old example of wonderful architecture. It's set up as a three-bedroom owner's triplex over a one-bedroom garden apartment. Interesting, the triplex's eat-in-kitchen is one flight above the dining room. The listing highlights "[four] stone fire places, high ceilings, stainless steel appliances, original hardwood flooring, granite countertops & an expansive backyard." Your nearest subway option is the A/C at Nostrand Av. How much? $1.795 million.
↑ Finally, we have yet another three-unit townhouse, this time in Clinton Hill. There is a single-floor unit sandwiched in between two duplexes. The upper duplex has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, the lower duplex has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and the single-floor unit has one bedroom and one bathroom, plus access to a roof deck. Billed as "impeccably maintained," it includes details such as "crown moldings, ceiling medallions, gorgeous antique mantelpieces, and parquet floors with inlaid borders… perfectly preserved Eastlake doors , valences, pocket doors and shutters." It sits about two-and-a-half blocks from the C train and about a 10-minute walk from the G train. Asking price: $3.449 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]