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'Spectacular' Crown Heights Townhouse Wants $1.9 Million

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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 this week is a single-family home in Crown Heights. If you include the guest suite, it has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. There is an eat-in kitchen along with the dining room, which is overlooked by a wonderful wood staircase. There is central A/C and there are two fireplaces. Located in the Crown Heights North II Historic District, you'd be about a block and a half from the 3 train and another two blocks from the 2 and 5 trains. Asking price: $1.895 million.

↑ Up next, we go to Prospect Lefferts Gardens and a two-family townhouse listed as having five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. You'll find modern touches inside and a nice amount of space outside. The listing touts it as a "smart house." You'd be about two blocks from Prospect Park and the Q train. The 2/5 would be two blocks the other way. It seeks $1.8 million.

↑ Then we have a three-family townhouse in Stuyvesant Heights. It features two two-bedroom single-floor units over a two-bedroom duplex. Billed as a "stunner," it has "decorative fireplace mantels, original banisters and wainscoting, pocket shutters, original inlaid wood floors and ornate plaster work complimented with beautiful ceiling medallions." The A and C trains would be about three blocks away. It can be yours for $2.2 million.

↑ Our final listing is a major fixer-upper, also in Stuyvesant Heights. It's a two-family townhouse with a four-bedroom owner's triplex over a one-bedroom garden apartment. The previous owner(s) apparently had some strange ideas about color and design. There is one room with an elevated portion, the purpose of which is a mystery. Then there's the bathroom. Despite all of that, there are still some original details on this 1899 structure. How much? $1.559 million.

· Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup archives [Curbed]