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Downtown Brooklyn townhouse hides sleek, modern interiors

Check out lovely homes in Bed-Stuy, Downtown Brooklyn, 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.

↑A huge single-family home in Downtown Brooklyn, measuring across 3,800 square feet is asking $3.895 million. The brokerbabble befittingly calls this five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom residence with its open floorplan “warm and inviting.” High ceilings, herringbone wood floors, gas fireplaces, and a modern wooden staircase are among the many features within. The five-floor home also includes a finished basement and fireplace-equipped roof deck.

↑Another sprawling townhouse, this time in Bed-Stuy, offers four bedrooms and four bathrooms for $2.099 million. The lovely two-family home encompasses 3,050 square feet and is loaded with lovely details throughout this sunny and serene space. There’s lots of sunlight, exposed brick, herringbone wood floors, and a walk-in closet that dreams are made of.

↑This two-family home in Williamsburg comes with the option to convert it into a single-family home and 900 square feet of buildable air rights. The three bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home exudes old world charm with features that include a stone wall with fireplace, built-in bookcase, and wood-paneled walls. Asking price is $1.545 million.

↑One of Park Slope’s beautiful turn of the century townhouses is going for $3.6 million along Fourth Street. Much of the home has been renovated but a few period details have been restored and remain present. Coffered ceilings, crown molding, inlaid floors, and a stained glass skylight are a few of them. The five bedroom single-family also comes with what appears to be a spacious backyard, though there aren’t any photos of it.

↑In Bushwick, a 20th century townhouse has been modernized and is now a “loft-like” home with a total of four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. There’s not much space by way of a living room but there is a huge open chef’s kitchen with a center island and lots of cabinets, spacious bedrooms, and sleek bathrooms. Asking price is $1.1 million.

↑Back in May 2016, this Windsor Terrace townhouse attempted to sell for $1.6 million. This time around, the lovely three-bedroom home is trying its luck for $1.375 million. Features include an open concept parlor floor with a renovated eat-in kitchen, a huge master bedroom filled with natural light, and an expansive garden.