↑This Bed-Stuy townhouse embodies the feel of a loft with its open floorplan and abundance of lovely details like coffered kitchen ceilings, brick walls, beamed bedroom ceilings, and a floating staircase. The home encompasses 3,420 square feet of space with six bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a massive eat-in kitchen, a full basement, and a sizable backyard. Asking price is $1.895 million. [Floorplan]
↑After a gut renovation, you would never guess that this early 20th century brownstone in Cobble Hill is 117 years old. The six-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom abode accommodates both contemporary and original details and boasts archways, marble fireplaces, original skylights, and kitchens and bathrooms with modern flair. Asking price is a whopping $6.195 million. [Floorplan]
↑A classic Bed-Stuy brownstone with a mix of original and modern details is asking $2.75 million. The townhouse is currently configured as a multi-family residence with a total of six bedrooms and four bathrooms. Among its lovely details are herringbone oak floors, high ceilings, decorative fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, and a finished basement. Outdoor space includes a deck, a rooftop terrace, and a spacious backyard. [Floorplan]
↑A tranquil 19th-century home in Brooklyn Heights is looking to sell for a steep $8.3 million. The luxurious abode is complete with oak floors, marble and limestone mantels; 11-foot ceilings, and three working fireplaces. More modern finishes include a sun-filled chef’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry, custom walk-in closets, spa-like bathrooms, and a beautiful backyard patio.
↑In Prospect Lefferts Gardens, a townhouse of regal proportions has hit the market for a cool $3.6 million. Spanning nearly 4,000 square feet, the home offers four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, complemented with details like herringbone wood floors, arched ceilings, stained glass, decorative fireplaces, wainscoting, and a stunning central staircase. There is plenty of outdoor space here, including a balcony, front yard, backyard, a driveway, and a three-car garage. [Floorplan]