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Colorful Fort Greene townhouse with historic details asks $3.7M

Check out beautiful homes in neighborhoods like Park Slope, Fort Greene, and more

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.

↑Beyond the Greek Revival-style facade of this Fort Greene townhouse awaits a myriad of colorful rooms mixed with historic details. The double height parlor sports a vivid red coat of paint and is accompanied by intricate wall moldings, inlaid floors, and an ornate decorative fireplace. Red is also the theme of the narrow kitchen where there are shiny red tiles that complement the white appliances and cabinets. Among the many design elements are exposed brick, beamed ceilings, bright wallpaper, and a large green backyard. Asking price is $3.7 million. [Floorplan]

↑This 19th-century home in Prospect Heights is practically picture perfect. Spanning 3,000 square feet, the light-filled abode is complete with six bedrooms, three bathrooms, diagonally laid wood flooring, decorative fireplaces, a beautiful open kitchen filled with wood cabinets and a breakfast island, a skylight above the dining room, a deck, and a small garden. Asking price is $3.89 million. [Floorplan]

↑Both pictures and the listing description aren’t super telling on what this $2 million brick townhouse in Park Slope offers but it does reveal that there are plenty of covetable details in place. The five-bedroom home is configured as a three-family and features decorative fireplaces, wall moldings, tin ceilings, and a large backyard. [Floorplan]

↑In Williamsburg, a contemporary townhouse with a full renovation is asking $3.15 million. Floor-to-ceiling windows welcome in a plethora of natural light on the loft-like main level. A quirky set of stairs leads to the upper floors where there are three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and generous closet space. The home also comes with plenty of outdoor space: there is a large terrace as well as a private garden. [Floorplan]

↑Another stunning home in Park Slope is up for grabs, this one asking $6.1 million and for good reason. The sprawling home spans 6,190 square feet and has been renovated to perfection. According to the floorplan, there is a total of nine bedrooms, however, two of them are really tiny and equipped with Murphy beds. The master bathroom (one of six bathrooms in all) is bedecked with spa-like finishes that include a soaking tub, his and hers sink, glass-enclosed shower, and marble walls. There are too any details to mention them all so we’ll end with a nod to the huge backyard and its ability to accommodate up to ten people for outdoor dining. [Floorplan]