This bright red brick townhouse in Carroll Gardens is going for $4.2 million. The stately home boasts five floors with seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, three kitchens, and a landscaped backyard. Much of the interiors have been redesigned but the many original details are still in place. Those include an impressive eight fireplaces (only one is working, though), original hardwood floors, and plaster moldings.
A charming semi-detached house in Red Hook is asking $2.45 million. According to the brokerbabble, the "thoughtfully renovated home is a tribute to light and space," two things there is certainly plenty of the loft-like home is comprised of five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, custom windows, double height ceilings, a huge terrace, balcony, and spacious backyard.
In Bushwick, a chic redesigned two-family townhouse wants $1.08 million. There are at least four bedrooms and four bathrooms and the home includes new hardwood floors, a large kitchen, laundry room, and lots of closet space.
Along Kane Street in Cobble Hill you’ll find this artistic turn-of-the-century four-bedroom, six-bathroom townhouse. The $3.9 million home expands across 2,700 square feet and is highlighted by details like 11-foot ceilings, designer wallpaper, tin pressed ceilings, and the lovely spiraling staircase. Other offerings include a finished basement and backyard space.
A three-family Park Slope townhouse is asking $3.5 million. There’s a total of five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a finished basement, and a large backyard. Notable features include decorative fireplaces, hardwood floors, high ceilings, and a ton of natural light.