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Contemporary Boerum Hill Townhouse with Plenty of Outdoor Space Asks $5.99M

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This week's Brooklyn townhouse roundup features lovely homes in Bed-Stuy, Bushwick, Sunset Park, and more

85 Wyckoff Street: This contemporary townhouse features a sleek yet spacious design. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home has lovely wood flooring throughout, floor-to-ceiling windows that allow for plenty of natural light, 12-foot ceilings on the garden and parlor levels, and lots of outdoor space. There are three terraces, an expensive roof, and a backyard space with a built-in wet bar. Asking price is $5.99 million.

114 MacDonough Street: Making its market debut, this four-story brownstone maintains the majority of its original prewar charm. Located in the landmarked Stuyvesant Heights Historical District, the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom house, reportedly built in 1899, offer original details that include oak hardwood floors, crown molding, wainscoting, stained-glass windows, and pocket doors. Some areas of the house have received full or partial renovations as far back as in the 1960s so another one might be called for, but overall, the house is rather lovely. Asking price is $2 million.

455 37th Street: Located in Sunset Park, one of America’s ‘coolest neighborhoods,’ this 20th-century townhouse has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and retains much of its original details like the wooden floors, elaborate wooden banisters, decorative mantles, and pocket doors. Its dark color-thematic, mural-painted bedroom walls, and antique furniture contribute to the home’s colonial feel. Asking price is $1.405 million.

213 Macdonough Street: This multi-family Bed-Stuy brownstone is a rather interesting medley between old world and modern living. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom home has an exposed brick wall in the living room, hardwood floors, and a large kitchen.The bedrooms have been carpeted with the master bedroom bearing bright red wall-to-wall covering. The spacious backyard comes with its own gazebo. Asking price is $1.5 million.

29 Weirfield Street: If you’re looking to invest or just looking for a practical place to call home, this Bushwick townhouse might be worth a consideration. According to the listing, this multi-family home has six bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a finished basement. There’s also a spacious backyard that could use a bit of sprucing up but overall a decent space. Asking price is $1.18 million.