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Beautiful Multi-Family Windsor Terrace Home Asks $1.599M

This week's roundup includes beautiful homes in Brooklyn, Prospect, and Crown Heights

173 East 4th Street: This two-family home has three-bedrooms, one-and-a-half bathrooms, a sunroom, and lots of closet space. Asking price is $1.599 million.

436 Saint Marks Avenue: Located in Prospect Heights, this three-bedroom, four-bathroom home is saturated with beautiful wood floors and cabinets as well as exposed brick and stone. Other features include a wood-burning fireplace, high ceilings, and a private outdoor space. Asking price is $2.39 million.

321 Sterling Place: Just one look at this four-story brownstone is all it takes to know that there is something special about it. Built in 1899, this six-bedroom, three-bathroom landmark Prospect Heights home retains its original woodwork, an antique claw foot tub, and has a fireplace mantle in each of its rooms. It would need quite a bit of work to bring it into the 21st century, but there's a lot of potential here. Asking price is $4.195 million.

226 Pacific Street: This four-story, 4,700 square foot Boerum HIll townhouse has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. It has been redesigned with brand new oak floors, open steel stairs, Pietra Cardosa stone kitchen counters and Calacatta marble worksurfaces, white marble bathrooms and a host of even more enviable amenities. Asking price is $5.65 million.

81 Pierrepont Street: This sprawling five-story Italianate brownstone is made up of five-bedrooms and eight-bathrooms. It is said to be "in need of a gut renovation" as it is currently comprised of multiple units, however, anyone willing to tackle the project can rest assured knowing that renderings for a modern renovation have been approved by the Department of Buildings and can even allow for an elevator. Asking price is $8 million.