↑$3.2 million buys you “urban charm” in Carroll Gardens. This 2,800-square-foot townhouse features four bedrooms, four bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen, a large basement with a small kitchen, at least four walk-in closets with even more smaller closets, a deck, patio, and spacious garden. [Floorplan]
↑There’s a lot going on at the townhouse situated at 611 Macon Street in Bed-Stuy. Classic design seems to intersect with contemporary convenience and a touch of medieval flare. The two-family home boasts a bright parlor floor with a lovely open kitchen and there are many original details like decorative fireplaces, pocket doors, and stained glass windows in place. Oddly enough, one of the bedrooms is painted in black as well as one of the claw foot tub-equipped bathrooms. Asking price is $1.85 million.
↑An early 20th century townhouse along Vanderbilt Avenue in Fort Greene is asking $2.39 million. It’ll take some extensive renovation to bring the two-family home into the 21st century but it has good bones. There are five bedrooms, three bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen, full basement, and large backyard.
↑We’ll be honest, this 6,600-square-foot home in Cobble Hill is in need of major TLC after being damaged by a fire several years prior. But if you’re willing to invest the $5.88 million, there is plenty of potential here. The “blank slate” spans five floors with six bedrooms, high ceilings, decorative fireplaces, and brick walls. Renovation plans have already been approved. [Floorplan]
↑Back in Bed-Stuy, a charming four-family home that has undergone a recent renovation is asking $2.3 million. The layout is simple with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, updated kitchen, high ceilings, exposed brick, and plenty of natural light.