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Historic Park Slope home with classic charm seeks $3.23M

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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.

Halstead.

↑Built in 1885, this single-family home in Park Slope is filled with classic details and old world charm. Intricate woodwork, inlaid floors, stained glass, skylights, pocket doors, and elaborative fireplace mantles are just a few of the details that accompany the four-bedroom, two-bathroom expanse. The kitchen is modest but does come with stainless steel appliances. The home also features central air conditioning, a finished basement, and a spacious backyard. Asking price is $3.23 million. [Floorplan]

Compass.

↑After a full renovation, this 20th century two-family townhouse in Greenwood is looking to unload for $2.5 million. The lovely home is currently configured as a two-family residence with a total of four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, spanning 2,379 square feet. The windowed kitchen is spacious and boasts stainless steel appliances and leads out to the cozy backyard. [Floorplan]

Douglas Elliman.

↑In Crown Heights, an early 20th century townhouse has been given a contemporary makeover and now seeks $1.8 million. The sleek space boasts an open floor plan with a simple design that incorporates some original detail. The home is currently configured as a two-family residence with five bedrooms and three bathrooms in all. [Floorplan]

Corcoran.

↑A five-bedroom townhouse spanning nearly 4,300 square feet at 279 State Street in Boerum Hill is asking $4.3 million. The home was designed by Rogers Marvel Architects and consists of five stories with five bedrooms, four bedrooms, a massive kitchen, full basement, and two large rooftop terraces. [Floorplan]