↑ Lately, a great many of our townhouse listings have been configured as multiple units. This week, we have some wonderful single-unit homes. Our first is in Prospect Lefferts Gardens and has four bedrooms (though you could turn one room into a fifth) and two bathrooms (one with a steam). The pre-war structure boasts wedding cake moldings, "ornate" banisters, "fantastic" woodwork, four decorative mantles, five sets of pocket doors, pier mirrors, and "beautiful" original hardwood floors made up of Tiger Oak, Maple, and Mahogany inlay. The master bedroom closets come with sinks. The kitchen has floor-to-ceiling windows leading to the backyard. It's only about two blocks from Prospect Park. It asks $2.1 million.
↑ Up next is a townhouse in Park Slope with six bedrooms (or five bedrooms and an office) and two-and-a-half bathrooms. The kitchen, with its Sub-Zero refrigerator and dual Fisher & Paykel drawer dishwashers, is spacious and you can get the wine for dinner from the basement wine cellar. You'll also find a wood-burning fireplace, pocket doors, a landscaped garden, and a deck. How much? $5.5 million.
↑ Moving on, we have a four-bedroom home in Cobble Hill with two full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. It's pre-war, but not pre-World War II. It's pre-Civil War. The kitchen, with its working fireplace, is great, but it can also be fully open to the spacious garden, perfect for hosting parties. This 3,500-square-foot home around the corner from a movie theater and near the F/G can be yours for $4.75 million.
↑ Moving to Bedford-Stuyvesant, we have a two-family home configured as an owner's three-bedroom triplex over a two-bedroom apartment. The triplex has two-and-a-half bathrooms while the apartment is listed as having one-and-a-half (though we can't find the full one on the floorplan). Located the A/C at Nostrand Av, the asking price is $2.79 million.
↑ Finally, up the road in Stuyvesant Heights is a brand-new corner townhouse set up as two duplexes. The lower has two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms while the upper has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. "The apartments are well proportioned with 9' ceiling heights and North and South exposures flooding the apartments with natural light," the listings says. Supposedly, you'll have fantastic views of Brooklyn and Manhattan from the roof, though the one photo doesn't show much. It's roughly a two-block walk to the J train and about eight blocks to the C. It can all be yours for $1.595 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]