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20th century Bed-Stuy townhouse with ‘great bones’ asks $1.35M

Check out lovely homes in Bed-Stuy, Sunset Park, 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 prewar five-bedroom, four-bedroom in Bed-Stuy with “great bones” is asking $1.35 million. Details include decorative mantles, high ceilings, inlaid wood floors, and a renovated kitchen.

↑A beautifully renovated two-family on Pacific Street is going for under a million dollars. This expansive 2,475-square-foot home offers five bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms with features that include exposed brick, skylights, renovated bathrooms, a balcony, and spacious backyard. Asking price is $949,000.

↑This two-family townhouse in Bed-Stuy has returned to the market with a lower asking price. Originally seeking $1.6 million, the six-bedroom, four-bedroom home now wants $1.499 million.

↑Back in Bed-Stuy, another two-bedroom, this time on Hart Street, is asking $1.275 million. Sporting a sophisticated renovation, this lovely townhouse has six bedrooms, three bathrooms, an open concept living/dining room and kitchen, and finished basement. The space is also comprised of a laundry room a large backyard, and its very own parking spot.

↑In Sunset Park, this lovely 20th century townhouse is going for $1.5 million. It’s a two-family home with four bedrooms , two-and-a-half bathrooms, and tons of detail. Original hardwood floors, tin ceilings, a decorative fireplace, and backyard are just a few of the features that you get for your buck.