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Modern Bed-Stuy Townhouse With Antique Claw-Foot Tub Asks $1.595M

This week’s Brooklyn Townhouse roundup features homes in Carroll Gardens, Fort Greene, and Bed-Stuy

279 Putnam Avenue: Set in Bed-Stuy, this beautiful two-family townhouse has been recently but still contains some of its antique touches.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom is highlighted by 11-foot high ceilings, dark oak wood floors,a marble mantle, and an incredibly charming bathroom encompassing a claw-foot tub and skylights. Asking price is $1.595 million.

14 Vanderbilt Avenue: Spread across four floors, this four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom Fort Greene townhouse is modernly designed and offers an open kitchen, large living and dining rooms, a media room and a large garden and patio. Amenities include natural wood floors, video intercom, and a large laundry room. Asking price is $2.195 million.

164 West 9th Street: This lovely brick carriage house in Carroll Gardens has three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and has recently received a complete renovation. Beautiful exposed brick walls highlight several rooms throughout the house and some of the finishing touches include a steel and oak staircase, polished concrete floors, and a terrace with skyline views. Asking price is $2.25 million.

362 Clermont Avenue: This historic home, built in 1899, is filled with original details that include pocket doors, ornate crown moldings, and not one but seven mantels. The 3,600 square foot multi-family home has seven bedrooms, what appears to be four bathrooms, a large basement, and an expansive yard. Asking price is $2.875 million.

279 Sackett Street #1: Since the pictures only offer a sneak preview, we’ll work with what we got. This home has plenty of historic charisma with its elaborate handcrafted moldings, high ceilings, multiple marble mantles, large windows, and a spacious backyard. While the kitchen is relatively small, this home has potential to be crafted into something special. Asking price is $4.2 million.