↑ For our first entry, we have four-bedroom townhouse in Boerum Hill, "sculpted from raw warehouse space." What they’ve done with that 6,000 square feet of space is fantastic. There is the eye-catching staircase, there are skylights, there are fireplaces, plus there is the gigantic rooftop terrace, staged with a table for eight, plus a grill and room for much more activity. The F/G is at the corner, and the A, C, 2, 3, 4, 5, and R trains are all half a mile away or closer. It seeks $5.8 million. Last year, the price had been chopped from about $8 million to $7.2 million.
↑ Next we head to one of our favorite neighborhoods for this feature – Brooklyn Heights – and a one could easily be a six-bedroom home (the floorplan shows five bedrooms and an office). You’ll find 11-foot ceilings, a working wood-burning fireplace, a deck, a landscaped garden, and much more in this "highly sought after and exceptionally rare" home. It’s Brooklyn Heights, so mass transit is never really far away. The 2, 3, 4, 5, and R trains are all about a handful of blocks away. The A, C, and F trains are just a bit farther. All of this can be yours for $8.1 million.
↑ In Park Slope, we have a five-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home with a great limestone façade. There’s plenty of wood, some exposed brick, and a garden. There’s even a sauna in the cellar. It has about 3,000 square feet of living space. Located less than a block from Prospect Park in one direction and the F and G trains in the other, the asking price is $3.279 million.
↑ Staying in Park Slope, there is an up to five-bedroom home billed as "absolute heaven." There are great big spaces filled with "lush wide plank walnut floors," radiant heating, central air-conditioning, in-ceiling and in-wall speakers, and smart home technology. Both the living room and family room have an accordion-like glass wall that opens up to the rear. When you go out, you’ll find a garden in the back, plus there is a fourth-floor terrace and a usable roof. It’s a seven-minute walk to the F and G trains and Prospect Park is only a little more than two blocks away. How much? $4.25 million.
↑ Finally, we head to Bushwick, where you’ll have to use your imagination. This home is configured as a three-bedroom owner’s duplex over a two-bedroom garden apartment. It’s not staged, so that’s where your imagination comes in. But it has been gut renovated and features a decent-sized garden. The L train is a little more than two blocks away. This home asks $1.35 million.
• Brooklyn Townhouse archives [Curbed]