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 landmarked corner brownstone on Bed-Stuy’s Macon Street and Verona Place is seeking $3.25 million. According to the brokerbabble, this home is a “impeccably renovated two-family masterpiece that is “guaranteed to exceed all expectations.” In short, this massive home has been revamped with a heavy modern touch but much of its original details were restored. The 3,900-square-foot home offers five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a sleek open kitchen, spa-like bathrooms, and even a private parking space.
↑In Fort Greene, $2.7 million buys a two-family brownstone with its very own two-car garage. The narrow home is sandwiched between two brownstones and offers five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, two charming kitchens (one with a lovely arched pass through) and tons of windows that allow for plenty of sunlight. As for outdoor space, there’s a sizable balcony and a modest backyard.
↑There are only four photos of this three-family brownstone in Bed-Stuy, meaning we’ll have to use our imagination to piece the rest together. As per the brokerbabble, this 3,464-square-foot home has three floors and a total of eight bedrooms and four bathrooms. It looks like there are some prewar details that include a fireplace and arched entryways. Asking price is $1.75 million.
↑A four-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse in Crown Heights could make for a good renovation project, if you have $1.299 million, that is. It’s currently set up as a two-family home and consists of decorative fireplaces, woods floors throughout, and plenty of sunlight.
↑In Bed-Stuy, a renovated two-family home with elaborate molding, decorative fireplaces, arched entryways, and many more lovely details is asking $3.195 million. There are six bedrooms and six bathrooms along with a highly detailed cellar and sizable backyard.