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Loft-like Crown Heights townhouse with custom details seeks $3M

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Get a look at homes for sale in Fort Greene, Cobble Hill, and Park Slope

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.


↑For $3 million, there is this loft-like abode in Crown Heights that brokerbabble calls a “rare find.” Current owners have rebuilt the 110-year-old house and revamped it with an open floorplan that embraces beamed ceilings, arched doorways, custom hand-crafted wallpaper, and exposed brick. Its 4,040-square-foot spread features five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms that have been given heated flooring along with clawfoot tubs. [Floorplan]


↑In Fort Greene, a futuristic townhouse, spanning 2,520 square feet, comes with a “smart home” design and is asking $2.795 million. The first floor features an open concept layout with a spacious living room as well as a well-equipped chef’s kitchen. A “floating staircase” leads to the upper levels where there are three bedrooms and two of the home’s 2.5 bathrooms. There is a landscaped roof deck and details that include remote controlled lighting, custom closets, and “smart mirrors.” [Floorplan]


↑A single-family carriage house with a plethora of historic charm has hit the market for $4.4 million. The Cobble Hill home boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a revamped kitchen, a deck, and a cozy backyard. Among its stunning details are beamed ceilings, two wood-burning fireplaces, seated living room windows, brick walls, and a contemporary kitchen. [Floorplan]

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↑A 2,200-square-foot home in Park Slope with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a slew of well-preserved details wants $2.295 million. In its current configuration, the house is split up as a two-family residence with an owner’s duplex and the opportunity to earn rental income from the top two floors. Renovated kitchens with stainless steel appliances and modern built-ins are a fe of the contemporary finishes while classic details include brick walls and a decorative fireplace. [Floorplan]