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20th-century Prospect Lefferts Gardens home with pool asks $1.8M

Check out stunning homes in Park Slope, Gowanus, 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.

Corcoran.

↑According to the brokerbabble, this $1.795 million home in Prospect Lefferts Gardens was “built in 1905 by a sea captain” though looking at it, you’d never suspect it. Since then, the home has received a chic renovation throughout its 2,535-square-foot expanse. Besides offering three bedrooms and two bathrooms, there is a wood-burning fireplace, finished basement, a large patio, and a garden with an above ground swimming pool. [Floorplan]

Compass.

↑In Bed-Stuy, a three-family brownstone has been gut renovated and revamped with an open floorplan, modern kitchens and bathrooms, hardwood floors, and recessed lighting alongside a few preserved details like the decorative fireplace and exposed brick walls. There is a total of six bedrooms, three bathrooms, an expansive basement, and a large backyard. Asking price is $1.595 million. [Floorplan]

Garfield Realty.

↑Beyond the drab exterior of this 19th century Park Slope townhouse lies a light and airy space with a mix of original and modern details. There are four floors that hosts five bedrooms, two bedrooms, an open kitchen, and more than eight large closets. Among the many details are inlaid wood floors, three decorative fireplaces, wainscoting, pocket shutters, crown molding, and a stained-glass hallway skylight. The backyard is spacious but could use a makeover. Asking price is $2.6 million. [Floorplan]

Space Marketing Shop.

↑This brick two-family townhouse in Gowanus was originally built in 1899 and has since received a simple revamp that brought an understated modern tone into play. There are three bathrooms, two bathrooms, a large cellar, small front yard, and a sizable backyard. Asking price is $1.985 million. [Floorplan]

Rendering via Douglas Elliman

↑One of the Polhemus Townhouses, a portion of the redevelopment of Cobble Hill’s Long Island College Hospital into River Park, has hit the market for a staggering $8.4 million. The luxurious home features four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, eight-inch plank oak hardwood flooring with radiant heat; a great room with 20-foot ceilings and a two-story window wall overlooking the garden; an optional mezzanine-level built-in marble and oak bar; and a backyard that is prewired for outdoor entertaining.