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.
↑This lovely townhouse in Park Slope dates back to 1897 and is filled with historic details alongside its five bedrooms and three bathrooms. A decorative fireplace occupies the front parlor and is accompanied by original wood wainscoting and original shutters. Much of the home has been carefully renovated so that it reflects both modern appeal and classic charm. The eat-in windowed kitchen is furnished with stainless steel appliances and looks out onto the green garden. Asking price is $2.75 million. [Floorplan]
↑A historic four-story brownstone, built in 1931, is up for sale in Bed-Stuy. The home comes with a flexible floorplan and has around four bedrooms and three bathrooms and is asking $1.275 million. Much of its original details are in place and includes intricate woodwork, stained glass, pocket shutters, pocket doors, crown molding, and decorative fireplaces. [Floorplan]
↑A 117-year-old townhouse in Greenwood might as well be brand new after receiving a full renovation with a modern, creative design. Upon entering through the bright yellow front door, you are welcomed into the spacious open living and dining room where there is more bright yellow, this time in the form of an accent wall with a gas fireplace. The elegant kitchen features a section where floor-to-ceiling glass allows you to look out onto the landscaped garden. The four-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home is going for $2.279 million.
↑Another Park slope home is on the market, only this one is much more regal in its design. The $3 million home boasts five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, an office, two terraces, and a large backyard. Among its details are exposed brick walls, a teal blue painted kitchen with a decorative fireplace, inlaid walnut hardwood floors, restored crown molding, and original shutters. The yard could use some work but offers a decent amount of space. [Floorplan]