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.
↑ This week's first listing has a somewhat unusual layout and walls just begging for you to fill them with your favorite artwork. It's in Crown Heights and currently configured as a five-bedroom single-family home, though you could divide it in two if you wanted. The garden level has two bedrooms and a living room. Above that is the kitchen and a second living room, and above that are the other three bedrooms, one of which has a skylight. You'll find high ceilings and original details in this 1905 structure. The kitchen has two sinks and access to the 510-square-foot garden. It's about five blocks from the 3 train at Kingston Av. Asking price: $985,000.
↑ Up next is a townhouse in Gowanus, configured as two single-floor units over a duplex unit. The true number of bedrooms is unclear, but it seems in fine shape. Located only a block from the R train, with the F and G also nearby, it'll cost you $2.3 million.
↑ Then we had to Bedford-Stuyvesant and a two-family townhouse configured as a four-bedroom owner's duplex over a two-bedroom garden apartment. The listing bills it as "ideal for the entertainer, gourmet chef, and investor savvy homeowner looking for both the benefits of rental income and luxurious living at an affordable price." It has high ceilings, a built-in surround sound system, 1,500 square feet of outdoor space including a roof from which you can see One World Trade Center and the Empire State Building. It's less than a block from the G train and seeks $2.4 million.
↑ Finally, we have a four-bedroom house in Bay Ridge. It features an entrance porch and rear yard, plus a view of the bay. Inside you'll find a Comstock Castle commercial stove in the kitchen and a cathedral ceiling on the top floor, which has its own terrace. It's about a block from the waterfront and about five blocks from the R train. How much? $1.75 million.
· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]