194 Van Buren Street: According the listing, this four-story multi-family home, located in Bed-Stuy, was built in 1899 and has recently received a gut renovation that brought its current white-and-black theme into play. The sweeping home has a total of seven bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, three kitchens, three living rooms, a terrace, and rooftop deck. The home’s façade was renewed when during the renovation and some original details like the antique molding while things like the marble-clad kitchen and bathrooms are entirely new. Asking price is $2.249 million.
69 Clara Street: This sunny Kensington one-family home is surrounded by windows that invite in loads of natural light. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home boasts hardwood floors throughout, high ceilings, an open living/dining room, finished basement, and a landscaped backyard. Asking price is $1.25 million.
1211 Hancock Street: Despite its new renovation, the two-family townhouse located in Bushwick still maintains much of its original details, with some having been restored to perfection. Though there isn’t a floorplan associated with its listing, the home is said to have six bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a finished basement and backyard garden. The kitchen has been renovated and now features modern appliances while original highlights like the fireplace, crown moldings, wainscoting, and lovely pocket doors. Asking price is $1.295 million.
449 Degraw Street: If this house looks familiar it’s probably because it’s not the first time it’s been in the weekly townhouse roundup. When we featured it back in January, the elegant and thoughtfully designed townhouse was asking $3.89 million. This time around, the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom Boerum Hill home wants $3.595 million. Among its amenities are a modern fireplace, formal dining room, huge bedrooms, marble bathrooms, and landscaped backyard.
- Brooklyn Townhouse archives [Curbed]