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19th-century Brooklyn Heights townhouse gets a loft-like redesign for $3.35M

Check out homes for sale in Brooklyn Heights, Bed-Stuy, and Greenwood

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.

Douglas Elliman.

↑A Brooklyn Heights townhouse that dates back to 1860 is on the market for a hefty $3.35 million. The historic home has been reconfigured into a multi-family residence and features a loft-like floorplan with details that include exposed brick, double height ceilings, and custom built-ins. There are just two bedrooms and 1.5 baths in all though the floorplan looks flexible. [Floorplan]

Corcoran.

↑This fully renovated two-family townhouse in Bushwick is going for $1.199 million. While the interiors are bedecked with sleek finishes like herringbone hardwood floors, an open chef’s kitchen with a breakfast island, and oversized windows, the exterior space is generous and offers a two-car driveway along with a shed. [Floorplan]

Massada Home Sales.

↑$1.69 million can buy you this charming Bed-Stuy abode that offers five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms sprawled across 2,400 square feet of space. The home is a mix of vintage and modern charm with decorative fireplaces, arched doorways, and exposed brick accompanied by a modern chef’s kitchen and a retractable glass wall that leads to the landscaped backyard.

Compass.

↑In Greenwood, a five-bedroom, three-bathroom abode that exudes warm and tranquil vibes is asking $1.795 million. The two-family home has been configured as a duplex with an open kitchen and a top-floor apartment with a skylight and a private balcony that overlooks the backyard. Other details include an architectural staircase, sliding glass doors, oversized windows, and custom built-ins. [Floorplan]