↑This Cobble Hill abode has tons of space and charm, but with that also comes an expensive $6.5 million price tag. Encompassing 4,500 square feet of space across five floors, the four bedroom home has been revamped and decked out with new finishing touches that include designer wallpaper, a gas fireplace surrounded by marble, a massive wine cellar, a lovely garden, and a terrace with Manhattan views.
↑A peculiar looking two-family townhouse in Bushwick is seeking $1.35 million. Sporting an ultra-modern exterior with equally avant-garde interiors, this space offers six bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a huge electric fireplace, and a hint of classic detail with beamed ceilings. The home also comes with a deck, modest backyard, and lots of sunlight.
↑In Boerum Hill, a charismatic two-family brownstone, asking $3.425 million, can be renovated into a single family home or left as-is. It’s lovely brick facade leads into a four-story abode with a total of five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, two eat-in kitchens, a terrace, and a large backyard.
↑This 19th century Bed-Stuy home has been renovated to reflect a modern aesthetic. The $1.45 million home expands across 2,185 square feet and consists of five bedrooms, marble clad bathrooms, exposed brick walls, and a skylight.
↑Own this quaint and cozy Brooklyn Heights townhouse for a cool $2.8 million. Built in the Federal style, it has an interesting history: it was part of the Middagh Family farm and wasn’t renovated until fairly recently. The space possesses four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a restored fireplace, and the ability to expand its outdoor space.