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‘Impeccably Designed’ Windsor Terrace Triplex Seeks $2 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.

↑ This week’s first entry is a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom triplex townhouse in Windsor Terrace. But it’s more than that. Beyond the year yard is a former carriage house that you could use as a garage, but it already has plumbing and electricity. So, you could also make it a home office, art studio, or even a small guest cottage. As for the house itself, it has reclaimed wood, exposed brick, quarts countertops, and a "sleek" iron staircase. The F and G trains are about nine blocks away, at Prospect Park. It seeks $2.099 million.

↑ Up next, we head to the lap of luxury with a townhouse in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District that could have up to four bedrooms. You have an eat-in kitchen big enough for a table that seats six. Then you have a dining area with room for a table at least that big. If that’s not enough, you have a deck with room for a small table and a garden with space to have dinner for at least six people. Oh, Brooklyn Heights! There’s 11-foot ceilings, original wide-plank pine floors, and two marble wood-burning fireplaces. Getting home could hardly be easier, with access to the A, C, F, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains, plus the East River Ferry. How much? $6.8 million.

↑ We then head to Bushwick and a home set up as a three-bedroon, two-and-a-half-bathroom owner’s duplex over a two-bedroom, one-bathroom garden-level apartment. There are skylights in the master bedroom and master bathroom. There is what is described as an "oversized" deck that leads out to the garden. It looks new inside, but does have exposed brick and hand-laid oak. The L train is on the corner, and the A, C, an J trains are also close by. Is it worth $1.25 million? You be the judge.

↑ Finally, we head to Sheepshead Bay for a bit of a fixer-upper. It’s set up as a two simplex units. The upper has a slightly smaller master bedroom, but because it’s at the top of the stairs, it gets a dedicated dining room. There is a garden, accessed via the finished basement, and it could use a little TLC. Asking price: $699,000.

Brooklyn Townhouse archives [Curbed]