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‘Timeless’ Park Slope Townhouse Asks $3.6 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.


↑ This week’s first listing is in Park Slope and is billed as "the perfect balance of original details and modern updates." It’s set up as a four-bedroom owner’s triplex over a one-bedroom garden apartment. There is plenty of wood, plus there are pocket doors, fireplace mantels, high ceilings, and bay windows. The renovated kitchen is actually in a rear extension and has access to the garden. It’s about two blocks from Prospect Park and half a mile or less from the B, F, G, Q, R, 2, and 3 trains. It asks $3.595 million.



↑ Next, we have another multi-family, this time "on one of the most desirable streets" in Brooklyn Heights. It’s set up as a three-bedroom owner’s triplex over a one-bedroom garden apartment. There are high ceilings, there is wide plank pine flooring throughout, and you’ll find marble fireplaces. There are several skylights in the home, including a large one in the eat-in kitchen. The 2/3 is right around the corner and the A/C isn’t much farther. It can be yours for $5.795 million.



↑ Then we have a six-bedroom townhouse in Crown Heights. It "is a grand home that effortlessly combines coveted old world detail with modern updates." Situated in the Crown Heights North Historic District, the exterior details are impressive. Inside, there is a grand staircase and pocket doors let you protect the living room from a gust of the outside. The kitchen’s dining area connects to a steel and wood terrace that overlooks the garden. The A/C is six minutes away and the LIRR is even closer. How much? $2.25 million.



↑ "Rarely has such perfection been available," bills our next listing. It’s a three-bedroom single-family townhouse in Cobble Hill. Its turn of the last century exterior belies its streamlined modern interior. The master bedroom suite occupies the fourth floor, with the other two bedrooms sharing the third floor, the living/dining room on the second floor, and the kitchen on the first floor. The F/G is about ten minutes away. It seeks $3 million.



↑ Moving to Boerum Hill, we have an "elegant jewel." It has four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. The garden is about as long as the house itself and has a bamboo garden indicated on the floorplan. The curved central staircase is a wonderful touch, as are the marble mantelpieces in each bedroom. The A, B, C, D, F, G, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains are all half a mile away or closer. Asking price: $4.3 million.



↑ Finally, detail abounds in this two-family townhouse in Prospect Heights. It’s set up as a five-bedroom owner’s triplex over a one-bedroom garden apartment. There is lots of wood, there are mantelpieces, and there is even stained glass. You can "experience the elegance and grandeur" for $2.399 million.

Brooklyn Townhouse archives [Curbed]