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112-year-old home in Prospect Lefferts Gardens with private parking asks $1.7M

These Bed-Stuy, Red Hook, and Park Slope homes are in need of new owners

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.

↑Not many historic townhouses in Prospect Lefferts Gardens comes with a private parking space but this one does. For $1.675 million, a 2048-square-foot brick bay-front home comes with four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, an elaborate wood-burning fireplace surrounded by marble, a modern chef’s kitchen that leads out to the backyard, pocket doors, and skylights. The sizable yard is lacking greenery but there is a lovely deck that offers decent space for outdoor entertaining. [Floorplan]

This contemporary brick townhouse at 418 State Street is fairly new to the neighborhood, having been built in 2005, but it’s stunning nonetheless. The 3,800-square-foot home, asking $4 million, is situated as a single-family residence and features an open living that looks onto the sprawling dining room with dining room, an oversized kitchen filled with cherry wood cabinets, four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a finished basement. The interior space isn’t the only thing that is expansive. There is a beautiful landscaped garden and a huge roof deck with skyline views. [Floorplan]

While the brokerbabble’s claims of this house being “one of the most exceptional brownstone renovation projects to date in Bed-Stuy,” could be a bit dramatic, make no mistake that this is an impressive space. For starters, it spans 3,100 square feet and its various floors are connected through an eccentric custom spiral staircase. The kitchen is appointed with custom cabinets and each of the four bedrooms and four bathrooms are quite spacious. Asking price is $2.3 million. [Floorplan]

↑A brand spanking new townhouse in Red Hook can be yours if you’re willing to spend $3.25 million on it. Encompassing 2,722 square feet, this four-bedroom, three-bathroom is filled with natural light and its details include floor-to-ceiling windows, a modern fireplace, and a large roof deck with stunning views of Manhattan. [Floorplan]

↑The listing description got it right when it called this four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom in Park Slope a “picturesque home.” The elegant facade gives the impression that the $2.6 million abode is filled with period charm but in contrast, it has actually been giving a modern revamp and boasts an open floorplan, two sleek kitchens that extends to the outdoor spaces, and a finished basement/laundry room. [Floorplan]