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 turn-of-the-century townhouse in Sunset Park is asking $1.52 million. This highly detailed home offers three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a small kitchen filled with wooden cabinets, a sunroom, and a laundry room. There is also a large patio and the backyard just so happens to have an in-ground pool.
↑Interior designers Roman and Williams, the names behind designs for the Ace and Standard Hotels, have given this prewar home in Park Slope a lavish restoration that focused on preserving and enhancing its many 20th century details. Six bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms are accompanied by intricate moldings, decorative fireplaces, ceiling medallions, a modern kitchen with a windowed breakfast nook, a clawfoot tub, and generous storage space throughout. Asking price is $5.995 million.
↑In Red Hook, a three-story carriage house has been revamped into a loft-like space with ceilings that soar 14 feet high and an open living room and kitchen, asking $1.9 million. Three bedrooms are divided between the second and third floors and the expansive garage has been transformed into an artist’s workspace.
↑$1.35 million buys this two-family townhouse on Bed-Stuy’s Lexington Avenue with five bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. Exposed brick walls appear in several rooms throughout the house along with two modern kitchens, original hardwood floors, decorative fireplaces, and a spacious patio and backyard.
↑Another Bed-Stuy home, this one on Van Buren Street, is also asking $1.35 million. Spanning across 2,331 square feet, this home offers five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two kitchens. Decorative fireplaces, crown moldings, ceiling medallions, French doors, and window shutters are some of the details permeate the space. The backyard could use a makeover but otherwise offers a good amount of space.