↑ Look at that wall! Our first entry is a five-bedroom (or four-bedroom plus office) townhouse in Park Slope with three full bathrooms and two powder rooms. Plus, it has two kitchens. Really. Two kitchens in a single-family home. One has a terrace and the other is off the garden. Want more numbers? There are five decorative fireplaces and two operable gas fireplaces. There is also a very large gym in the basement. It’s just over a block from Prospect Park, with the 2, 3, B, F, G, and Q trains all half a mile or closer. It seeks $8.5 million.
↑ Up next, we have a three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom owner’s duplex over a one-bathroom garden level studio in Windsor Terrace, described as a "sweet and lovely Windsor gem." The main kitchen’s island can seat six and one of the duplex bedrooms has a skylight. The garden is big enough for entertaining. It’s just over two blocks from Green-Wood Cemetery, with the F/G the closest subway lines. Asking price? $1.4 million.
↑ In Bedford-Stuyvesant, we find a two-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse described as "a lovely brownstone has all you need to live comfortably." Inside, there are high ceilings and there is a working fireplace. Outside, is a garden big enough for a dinner party al fresco. Only about five blocks from the C train and Franklin Avenue Shuttle, plus walking distance from the G train, it’s looking for $1.25 million.
↑ Finally, we head back to Park Slope for a townhouse set up as an owner’s triplex with up to four bedrooms over a one-bedroom garden apartment described as "high income." Is it "one of a kind?" You be the judge. The triplex includes a "deep soaking air jet tub" and a private deck big enough for a table for four. The garden provides even more space. The F and G trains are about five blocks away and Prospect Park is less than two blocks away. How much? $4.275 million.
• Brooklyn Townhouse archives [Curbed]