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Industrial Williamsburg home has an ‘elevated tree-house master bedroom’

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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.

Core.

↑If you are wondering why this Williamsburg townhouse is so industrial, that’s because it was once a plumbing supple building that has been converted into a 3,600-square-foot home. Essentially, it looks like a garage from the outside, however, there are three bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms along with a 2,000-square-foot roof that has air rights for expansion. The open floorplan includes exposed brick walls and beamed ceiling everywhere along with a loft on the second floor, an eat-in kitchen, and an “elevated tree-house master bedroom.” Asking price is $2.695 million. [Floorplan]

Douglas Elliman.

In Clinton Hill, a stunning Neo-Grec townhouse spanning 4,100 square feet is asking $2.795 million. The exterior remains true to its 19th century design while much of the interiors have been redesigned with contemporary flair, alongside a few original details. The house is configured as a single-family residence but can be rearranged into a multi-unit home. [Floorplan | Alternative Floorplan]

Corcoran.

“This two-story Park Slope home is light strewn and has an aesthetic that will charm you,” says the brokerbabble and we couldn’t agree more. For an asking price of $1.825 million, you get two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an open parlor level, a “farm style” kitchen, and a full basement. Features include marble mantles, exposed brick, detailed ceilings, and a large patio. [Floorplan]

Douglas Elliman.

↑A three-family home in Red Hook wants $2.5 million. According to the floorplan, there are two small bedrooms on the second and third floors while a sleep alcove occupies the main level. Additionally, the home offers three kitchens, three bathrooms, a laundry room, and a spacious landscaped yard. [Floorplan]

Corcoran.

↑Back in Park Slope, this sprawling two-family home, asking $4.495 million, encompasses 4,543 square feet with five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a library, huge eat-in kitchen, and a finished basement with a climate controlled 500 bottle wine cellar. Among the many details are decorative fireplaces, skylights, built-in storage, a massive walk-in closet, a terrace, and a landscaped garden with an irrigation system. [Floorplan]

Compass.

↑Another Park Slope home, this one also with three bedrooms, wants $2.35 million. The space is full of classic charm and details that provide a warm and cozy feel. Original wood floors, brick walls, elaborate mantles, crown moldings, and ceiling medallions are just some of the details found throughout the home. There is also is large planted garden. [Floorplan]