↑ After receiving a full renovation, this elegant one-family brownstone in Bed-Stuy is seeking $1.8 million. It offers four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, along with both original and modern details that include five decorative fireplaces, pocket shutters and doors, and new hardwood floors. A finished basement is also included, as is a deck and a 700-square-foot landscaped backyard.
↑Rumor has it that this stately Italianate townhouse in Clinton Hill was built for one of the Underwoods from the historic Underwood Typewriter Company. That may explain why it happens to boast landmark status. Sprawling across 3,950 square feet, the beautiful 19th-century estate is comprised of four bedrooms surrounded by architectural details that include original mantels, stained glass, a stunning staircase, and large skylight. Asking price is $2.499 million.
↑In Park Slope, a cozy one-family home with four bedrooms is asking $1.9 million. It has been renovated and includes an open living room, modern kitchen, a marble powder room, and two bathrooms.
↑This renovated Sunset Park townhouse is back on the market with $100,000 shaved of its last ask of $1.795 million. Six bedrooms four-and-a-half bathrooms and a finished basement make up this modern home, along with details that include exposed brick and a private backyard.
↑Bordering Park Slope and Gowanus, this two-family home has a total of six bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, an open living and dining room, and a kitchen accented by white Calcutta marble counter tops and high-end appliances. Other conveniences include a finished basement, several large closets, and expansive backyard. Asking price is $2.695 million.