↑A semi-detached two-family home in Bushwick has received a full renovation that combines its original charm with modern elegance. The five bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom townhouse is asking $1.449 million and is filled with details that include exposed beam ceilings, wainscoting, and multiple fireplace mantles. There is a roomy backyard and modern amenities include an open concept chef’s kitchen, revamped bathroom with a soaking tub, and central air conditioning.
↑In Bed-Stuy, a townhouse with more than just a few touches from the past is asking $1.85 million. "The architect has taken great care to preserve the historically unique original details with modernized craftsmanship and design," touts its listing description. The space offers five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms and is filled with shutters, beautiful mantles, wainscoting, and high ceilings all while supplying modern-day conveniences.
↑A majestic barrel-front townhouse in Park Slope has preserved the majority of its historic detail, only slightly modernizing the home’s kitchen and bathroom while also introducing central air conditioning. The lovely six bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom abode is generously detailed with intricate oak columns and wainscoting, decorative fireplace mantles, an elaborate staircase, and a massive amount of storage space. Asking price is $4.25 million.
↑Two years ago, this stylishly renovated townhouse in Williamsburg was asking $3.65 million. The lovely space featuring five bedroom, five bathrooms, exposed brick, wood beams and columns, floor-to-ceiling windows, a wood-burning fireplace, and a private landscaped garden, has returned. This time it’s asking $3.895 million.
↑Another Bed-Stuy townhouse makes its way to our roundup. This one is a more practical two-family unit and offers six bedrooms, three bathrooms, an open kitchen and dining room, and a private backyard. Asking price is $1.4 million.