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‘Superlative Luxury Home’ in Boerum Hill Asks $11 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 former carriage house in Boerum Hill that can be configured for up to five bedrooms. It’s the kitchen, however, that might be the biggest selling point. The room gives the impression of a cabin, with exposed wood and stone and a big wood-burning fireplace. It also has a built-in wine refrigerator. Other perks in this incredible home are more fireplaces, an elevator, a private garage, multiple roof decks, and a year yard. This beauty asks a clean $11 million.


↑ From there, we move on to something in Brooklyn Heights billed as "a rare treat." It’s an owner’s triplex under two floors with two one-bedroom apartments each and then a full-floor two-bedroom apartment. In the owner’s unit, you’ll find plenty of space, including room for a 10-person dining table, plus a wine cellar. It’s listed at $12.75 million.


↑ Back to Boerum Hill for a three-bedroom townhouse with really high ceilings and some interesting wide-open spaces. There are several glass walls, there is exposed wood, and there is a skylight. There are three proper stories, plus the garden floor and a finished basement. It can be yours for $4.995 million.



↑ This home in Park Slope is listed as a four-bedroom, though the floorplans show five bedrooms. It’s billed as "the opportunity you have been waiting for." There are fireplaces, mantels, pocket doors, and shutters. You’ll a spacious eat-in kitchen, plenty of wood detailing, and space in the garden for a 10-person dining table and a couple of lounge chairs. Asking price: $3.995 million.



↑ This home in Clinton Hill, described as a "unique stately manor," is currently a five-family rental property, but can be converted to an owner’s duplex with three rental apartments. The garden could probably best be described as cozy. Prepare to pony up $3 million.



↑ Finally, we have a "lovely single-family home" in Windsor Terrace. It has three bedrooms, a finished basement, an eat-in kitchen, and plenty of space for a barbecue out back. It’s only $995,000.

Brooklyn Townhouse archives [Curbed]