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Stunning Park Slope Townhouse With Exposed Brick Asks $3.5M

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Check out four impressive townhouses in neighborhoods like Sunset Park, Park Slope, and Marine Park

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.

↑ Words don't quite do this beauty justice. The loft-like four-story gem features exposed brick walls, a chef's kitchen, and an immense sunroom, along with a private terrace that offers a panoramic view of Brooklyn. Four bedrooms are accompanied by four-and-a-half bathrooms while oak wood floors and cabinets accent the kitchen. It's asking $3.5 million, but don’t anticipate it to sit on the market for long. [StreetEasy]

↑ With pricey mega-mansions popping up all over Brooklyn these days, 518 Second Street, a lovely four-story brownstone located two blocks away from Prospect Park, is practically a steal. The recently renovated five bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom townhouse is asking about $4 million. The large space can function as a single or two-family home. Parquet floors, triple bay windows, pocket doors, and a charming little brick fireplace accentuate the five-floor abode. [StreetEasy]

↑ Don’t let the relatively unassuming exterior fool you: There is plenty to love at this three bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom Sunset Park home. Natural light permeates all three levels, illuminating the wooden oak floors, spacious living and dining areas, and bedrooms, The elegant kitchen is equipped with the best in culinary appliances like a Wolf stove, Bosch dishwasher, Summit wine cooler, and much more. Asking price is $1.4 million. [StreetEasy]

↑ Hidden within the confines of the low-key Marine Park neighborhood, this brick townhouse boasts three bedrooms, one-and-a-half bathrooms, a finished basement with its own entrance, and 1,840 square feet of space. In addition to the cozy dining room and kitchen, the house has beautiful parquet floors, an outdoor deck (perfect for kicking back once the warm weather finally arrives), and a garden area. 2137 East 35th Street is asking a modest $625,000. [StreetEasy]