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.
↑In Williamsburg, a 19th century single-family home on Berry Street has been given a fun and playful revamp. The $3.75 million townhouse features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a kitchen with a candy-colored sink and cabinets, an open living room with a decorative fireplace, and bathrooms designed with bright cutouts. It also includes exposed brick walls, a spacious backyard, and a private roof deck with views. [Floorplan]
↑Live in this stunning Greek Revival townhouse on Warren Street in Cobble Hill for $3.9 million. Five floors give way to six bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a double parlor with an ornate wood-burning fireplace, and an open kitchen with a glass extension that overlooks the landscaped garden. [Floorplan]
↑Built in 1910 and designed by architect Benjamin Driesler, this historic Prospect Heights boast a barrel front limestone exterior and loads of original details that include herringbone wood floors, high ceilings, decorative fireplaces, ornate staircase banisters, and coffered wood ceilings. The six-bedroom, four-bathroom home spans over 4,000 square feet and is seeking $3.59 million. [Floorplan]
↑When it comes to the bright red brick home at 864 Carroll Street in Park Slope, brokerbabble says that this is a “chance to own a piece of history,” if you have $4.3 million that is. Per the description, the house was one of five designed by architect William Tubby to “look to passersby as one large Elizabethan Mansion.” The classic beauty consists of five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, five decorative fireplaces, original panel doors, and loads of more details. [Floorplans]
↑A lovely four-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse in Windsor Terrace is asking $2.25 million. The charming home features open living and dining rooms, a renovated chef’s kitchen, spacious bedrooms, a den and charming backyard. [Floorplan]