↑A sunny three-family townhouse in Red Hook is asking $2.725 million. There is a total of eight bedrooms, four bathrooms, a basement with laundry room, two terraces, and a large backyard. Of course, whoever buys the home has the option to convert it into a massive single-family residence.
↑Much of the original details within this 20th century townhouse in Crown Heights have been preserved though there are also several modern updates in place as well. Asking $2.495 million, this four-story home features six bedrooms, three bathrooms, two powder rooms, two living rooms, and a large eat-in kitchen. Six decorative fireplaces, intricate molding, wainscoting, ten-foot ceilings, pocket shutters, and a modest patio are among the many details. [Floorplan]
↑In Prospect Lefferts Gardens, a historic four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is going for $1.8 million. The limestone facade leads into the main floor where there is a bright and airy living room with a decorative fireplace; a formal dining room with wainscoted walls and Crawford ceilings; and a modest windowed kitchen. Additionally, there is a finished basement, a deck, and a landscaped garden. [Floorplan]
↑Broker lingo calls this 2,510-square-foot home in Park Slope “a true gem with eclectic beauty and accents,” and in this case we agree. The space consists of five bedrooms, two bathrooms, stained glass windows, original shutters, custom built-ins, and more. It’s currently situated as a single family but can be converted into a two-family. Asking price is $2.475 million. [Floorplan]
↑For under a million dollars, you can own a newly renovated five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom townhouse in Flatbush. The beautiful open space features coffered ceilings, shiny hardwood floors, exposed brick, chef’s kitchens, and a decent-sized backyard. Asking price is $949,000.
↑This Carroll Gardens home has returned to the market with $25,000 shaved off its last asking price. This time seeking $3.65 million, the five-bedroom home spans 2,925 square feet and offers pine plank floors, pocket doors, decorative mantles, wood-burning fireplace, pressed tin ceilings, and original shutters.