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.
↑Built in 1899, this stunning two-family townhouse in Bed-Stuy, asking $1.8 million, is filled with period details that include decorative fireplaces with elaborate mantles, exposed brick walls, wood-framed windows, a restored banister, and more. The home spans 2,580 square feet and offers five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, two living rooms, a full basement, and a large backyard. [Floorplans]
↑In Park Slope, a four-bedroom, three-bathroom home sporting a revamp designed by Ben Herzog Architect is asking $2.6 million. The 20th century home has been giving an elegant modern makeover across its open floorplan and includes four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a sleek open kitchen, and a landscaped backyard. Asking price is $2.6 million. [Floorplan]
↑A new townhouse at 45 Dean Street in Cobble Hill is asking a steep $4.4 million. That price buys you contemporary elegance that includes an expansive living room with a gas fireplace, a gourmet eat-in kitchen with marble countertops, three bedrooms, 3.5 marble-clad bathrooms with heated floors, a large yard, and a massive terrace that is perfect for outdoor entertaining. [Floorplan]
↑Back in Bed-Stuy, a historic townhouse, built in 1905, has been configured into a two-family home and given a modern redesign. The $2.25 million expanse is comprised of five floors that give way to a stunning custom wood and metal staircase, four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two gourmet kitchens, a finished basement, and a spacious yard. [Floorplans]