↑ This Park Slope townhouse, asking $3.5 million, has been “completely rebuilt top to bottom,” according to the brokerbabble, and the results are quite stunning. The four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home incorporates Passive House technology, with the windows, the heating and cooling systems, and more have been updated. And there are tons of custom decorative touches throughout, from the colorful breakfast banquette in the kitchen to the home theater in the basement. [Floorplan]
↑ In Ditmas Park, a lovely detached home—not technically a townhouse, but so pretty that we couldn’t pass it up—is asking $2.2 million. The exterior of the house is lovely, with a huge porch out front and a big backyard with a garden and a two-car garage. The Arts & Crafts-style home has gotten modern updates over the years, including radiant heating, a new roof, and energy-efficient windows.
↑ Though it dates back to the 1920s, this four-bedroom Kensington townhouse has gotten a complete makeover. Now, the interiors are kitted out with sleek finishes (Carrara marble, rift and quarter-sewn oak flooring, brass light fixtures, you get the idea) and plenty of space. The charming exterior, however, remains—and its cute little porch is here to stay, too. It’s going for $1.7 million, and there’s an open house on April 22. [Floorplan]
↑ And in Crown Heights, a lovely single-family home that’s in need of some TLC is asking $1.6 million. The house has four bedrooms and just one and a half bathrooms—possibly a dealbreaker for some—and if the listings photos are any indication, it could possibly use a refresher. (“Sturdy with good bones” is how it’s described.) But there’s plenty of space, along with a backyard and a private garage. [Floorplan]