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'Sprawling' Gowanus Townhouse Asks $2 Million

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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.


↑ Our first listing of the week is a single-family, three-bedroom, nearly 2,700-square-foot triplex townhouse in Gowanus. You get wide open spaces, including an eat-in kitchen, a first floor living room, and a cellar den/media room. The second and third bedrooms have a balcony and the kitchen opens on to a patio. You'll be a little under a mile from Prospect Park. The 9 St R train station is around the corner with the 4 Av F/G station another two blocks away. Asking price: $1.995 million.


↑ Our second listing is a five-bedroom (plus guest room) townhouse in Park Slope. There are two full bathrooms and two half bathrooms. Located within the Park Slope Historic District, it has wood floors, a working fireplace, and a garden. It's less than a block from Prospect Park, and it can be yours for $3.995 million.


↑ Next, we go to Crown Heights for three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom townhouse dating to the turn of the last century. The listing says it "is situated on one of the most beautiful blocks in Crown Heights." You'll find the living room, dining room, kitchen, and powder room on the first floor, the bedrooms and a full bathroom on the second floor, and a family room and full bathroom in the basement. You also get a backyard. Just a block from Eastern Parkway, it is quite a spot. The 3 train is only about a block and a half away. How much? $1.199 million.


↑ Then we have a fixer-upper in Stuyvesant Heights. The floorplan is somewhat confusing, but the listing says you could make it a single-family, seven-bedroom home. There are some great details still there, but they need some TLC. You'll need $1.1 million and plenty of paint.

· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]