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The $4 Million Red Hook Townhouse Has Officially Arrived

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The townhouse is a respite from "the hustle of this port town"

The $4 million Brooklyn townhouse is not an exception these days. Park Slope is all about them. Boerum Hill, too. But the $4 million Red Hook townhouse? Puh-lease. Even the neighborhood's King & Sullivan development—22 ground-up townhouses—aren't hitting the $4 million mark just yet. But a new listing for a "state of the art" house at 346 Van Brunt Street popped up online today and it's asking—that's right—$4.2 million.

It wasn't until recently that multimillion dollar properties became a thing in the neighborhood. The 70 condos at the former New York Dock Company building at 160 Imlay Street hit the market from $1.3 million in late 2014 and just as quickly were all snatched up. It seems the demand (and money) is there, but is Red Hook ready for a $4 million townhouse? The property was first listed on February 2nd with the same ask, then taken off the market only to appear again today. Maybe not.

The townhouse in "Brooklyn's hottest neighborhood" has five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and comes with two parking spots. The listing elaborates,

The backyard is thoughtfully designed, providing a luxurious escape in the middle of the hustle of this port town. Panoramic views from the roof deck capture everything from the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building. Two parking spaces make it easy to get around all of Brooklyn, local beaches and the Hamptons.

Is the second time the charm for 346 Van Brunt Street. Take a look and voice your opinions below.