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.
↑Here’s something you don’t see everyday. A historic Clinton Hill townhouse along Greene Avenue comes with a claw foot tub right in the center of the master bedroom, in a true nod to 19th-century design. The two-family home, asking $2.995 million, was converted into a one-family to create an expansive five-bedroom, four-bathroom abode that features a medley of historic and modern details that include tin ceilings, decorative mantles, stained glass, a washer/dryer, and more. Outdoor space includes access to the rooftop and a spacious backyard.
↑A charming two-family Ditmas Park townhouse is asking $1.3 million. Manifesting much of its 20th-century character, the five-bedroom, three-bathroom home includes parquet floors, plaster medallions, mantles, an eat-in kitchen, and a modest garden.
↑Finally, a townhouse that’s asking under seven figures. The listing description claims that the exterior of this Bushwick home has "attractive curb appeal" with its colonial facade but we’ll let you be the judge of that. The interiors, however, are rather lovely featuring an open concept on the main level, a modern chef’s kitchen, and lots of sunlight throughout. There is a terrace and a rooftop with potential to create a lovely roof deck. Asking price is $989,000.
↑After receiving a gut renovation, another townhome is asking six figures, this time on Pacific Street. The two-family space, going for $989,000, encompasses a total of six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a laundry room, two offices, and a recreation room. There’s even a front and backyard with parking.
↑This spacious two-family Bed-Stuy home is back with a slight price cut after trying its luck for $1.695 million back in June. The modern five bedroom, five-bathroom house now wants $1.645 million. It’s layout includes a large living room, 14-foot ceilings, a finished basement, deck, and a terrace.