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19th-century Williamsburg townhouse gets industrial-inspired revamp

This week we’re looking at homes in Flatbush, Bushwick, Bay Ridge, and more

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.

↑In Williamsburg, a beautifully redesigned 3,500-square-foot home on North 6th Street is asking $3.995 million. The industrial space offers three bedrooms, two-and-half bathrooms, high ceilings, beamed ceiling, and decorative fireplaces. Unique built-ins can be found in the master bedroom. The basement is delivered finished and there is more than 800 square feet of outdoor space including a glass solarium and an outdoor shower.

↑Slight renovations have made this four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom in Flatbush functional while preserving its 20th century grandeur. Original details are sprawled throughout, including high ceilings, stained glass windows, inlaid herringbone floors, original mantels, and more. Asking price is $1.299 million.

↑There isn’t a description for this $1.2 million Bay Ridge townhouse but what we do know is that it consists of four bedrooms and two bathrooms across its 1,720 square feet of space. Built in 1910, the house looks like its kitchen has been renovated while the dining has preserved its wedding cake moldings and coffered ceilings. There’s also a backyard, but it’s in need of some work.

↑A light and airy townhouse in Bushwick is going for $1.299 million. Set up as a multi-family unit, the home is comprised of five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, while featuring a lovely eat-in kitchen that blends coffered ceilings with more modern details like a marble island and stainless steel appliances. The finished basement leads into the moderate-sized backyard.

↑Back in Flatbush, a renovated three-bedroom, three-bathroom home is seeking a mere $750,000. The space has embraced an open floorplan and features a chef’s kitchen, skylit bathrooms, finished basement, and backyard.