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.
↑On Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights, a charming 19th century brownstone is asking $5.25 million. Elegant fireplaces and detailed molding is complemented by more modern features like an open chef’s kitchen and central air conditioning throughout this five bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom. The garden is a lovely landscaped oasis with plenty of space for outdoor entertaining. [Floorplan]
↑This expansive townhouse in East Williamsburg, asking $1.35 million, is currently configured as a one-bedroom but can be converted back into a two-family. There’s no floorplan, but according to the listing description, this space features a “loft-like open floor plan,” with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Throughout the 1,920-square-foot home, there are details that include decorative fireplaces, skylights, and exposed brick. There’s also a finished basement and a private garden.
↑A late 19th century townhouse in Bed-Stuy has been gut renovated and given modern appeal, for $1.825 million. The living room is accentuated with a sleek gas burning fireplace and oversized windows while the chef’s kitchen boasts high ceilings, built-in stainless steel appliances, and a large island. The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home is wired with Sonos surround sound, there is a huge backyard, and the private roof deck offers panoramic views of the city. [Floorplan]
↑Built in 1895 and designed by architect Henry Spicer, this three-family Sunset Park home is asking $1.3 million. It’s still in pretty good shape but could use a decorative revamp. Otherwise, there are great details in place that include wall molding, French doors, sliding doors, and decorative mantles. [Floorplan]
↑Brokerbabble calls this a “very special two-family townhouse on a picturesque Bedford-Stuyvesant brownstone block.” We’ll admit it, this $2.495 million home is really lovely. For starters, it’s huge—spanning 4,187 square feet with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The interiors all sport contemporary features and two balconies as well as a large garden provide plenty of outdoor space. [Floorplan]
↑A five bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom home in Park Slope is going for $4.795 million. The space has been renovated and offers an airy ambience with an open parlor floor, a huge kitchen, spacious bedrooms, and five (!!) walk-in closets. A massive wine cellar occupies the basement and leads to the sizable backyard. [Floorplan]