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Sleek Williamsburg townhouse with spacious backyard asks $2.6M

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This week’s roundup features stunning homes in Bushwick, Stuyvesant Heights, Williamsburg, and more

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.

60 Devoe Street: According to its listing, this sophisticated Williamsburg townhouse was originally built in the 1920s and has since undergone renovation that brought its modern amenities into being. The home offers three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a sun room, chef’s kitchen, and a large outdoor space. Among the amenities are high ceilings, exposed brick, central air conditioning, and ample closet space. Asking price is $2.599 million.

74 Aberdeen Street: This Bushwick brick townhouse is stunning from the inside out. Currently configured as a two-family home, the house has five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms in all. Its layout offers an airy feel thanks to its open concept design and has been nicely finished with features like white-washed exposed brick, herringbone hardwood floors, a large chef’s kitchen with coffered ceilings, and a clawfoot tub in one of the many bathrooms. There’s also a patio and expansive garden. Asking price is $1.175 million.

995 Pacific Street: Sitting just blocks away from Barclays Center in downtown Brooklyn, this three-family Prospect Heights brick townhouse is simple in its design with a touch of elegance. The six-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom abode is outfitted with exposed brick accent walls, a sleek kitchen with new appliances, and an unrivaled pale exposed brick and marble bathroom. Asking price is $2.6 million.

331A Stuyvesant Avenue: This two-family home sits within the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District and offers four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a host of charming 19th-century details. Although the home has been renovated, the decorative mantles, five fireplaces, moldings, wooden shutters, wainscoting, hardwood inlaid floors, and more original details have either been restored or well maintained. There’s also a pretty expansive backyard in place. Asking price is $1.25 million.

24 Richardson Street: Located along a tree-lined block in Williamsburg, this spacious three-bedroom, two-bathroom home comes equipped with modern elements while still maintaining its classic charm. Original tin ceilings and crown molding nod to the homes’ earlier days while the renovated kitchens and new hardwood floors give a restored feel. The two-family home also has a balcony and backyard. Asking price is $2.5 million.