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'Trendsetter' in Crown Heights Asks $1.8 Million

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.

↑ Our first entry is a three-bedroom townhouse in Crown Heights. Outside, there is a three-section rear outdoor space featuring a patio, yard, and deck. Inside, the living/dining area and kitchen occupy the first floor while the bedrooms are upstairs and a recreation room and steam room are in the basement. There are plenty of modern touches and there is also marble. You'd be a little more than two blocks from the 3 train at Nostrand Av and a little under a mile from the Brooklyn Museum and Prospect Park. Asking price: $1.795 million.

↑ Up next, we have a two-family townhouse in Weeksville. It's configured as a three-bedroom owner's duplex over a two-bedroom garden level apartment. There is a terrace and yard. The owner's duplex has two-and-a-half bathrooms while the garden level apartment has one full bathroom on the garden level and then a powder room in the basement. St. Johns Park is less than a block away. You'll be about half a mile from the 3/4/5 in one direction and the A/C in the other. It seeks $1.095 million.

↑ Our next entry is in Williamsburg that bills itself as "modern townhouse living with the benefits of a luxury condo." The three-story townhouse is listed as having three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms and is part of a condo association that provides doorman services. If you're into sunken living rooms, this might be for you. There are also multiple outdoor spaces including a yard and roof deck. The Bedford Avenue L stop is about four blocks away. How much? $3.25 million.

↑ In Bedford-Stuyvesant, we have a three-bedroom owner's triplex under a two-bedroom apartment that bills itself as "the perfect opportunity for the savvy buyer." It's about half a mile from the G train in one direction and the A and C trains in the other. The price: $1.475 million.

↑ Finally, we head to Ditmas Park, where we often make an exception to the whole "townhouse" thing as this entry is simply a house. You can configure it for five bedrooms. In addition to a garage, garden, and front yard, this three-story home features a classic front porch. Inside, you'll find a finished basement. Located a little over three blocks from the B and Q trains, its 4,542 square feet can be yours for $2.725 million.

· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]