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Ultra-chic Bay Ridge home with 80s inspired decor asks $1.4M

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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.

Douglas Elliman.

↑$1.4 million buys you this ultra-chic home in Bay Ridge with a design that looks like it’s inspired by the 1980s, in part (the full wall of mirrors and over-the-top light fixtures does it for us). As far as size goes, this is a modest space with three bedrooms and two bathrooms across just 1,254 square feet. The roof deck and the backyard provide plenty of outdoor space.


↑This beautiful barrel-front townhouse in Brooklyn’s low-key Kensington neighborhood is looking to sell for $2.29 million. The elegant home spans 2,900 square feet with eight bedrooms, three bathrooms, two sunny living rooms, and two kitchens. A recent renovation introduced new plumbing, central air conditioning and heating, as well as sleek kitchens with built-in appliances, what looks like new hardwood floors, and what looks like new hardwood floors. The home is currently configured as a two-family but of course, can be switched into a single-family residence. [Floorplan]

Station Companies.

↑In Clinton Hill, a true brownstone that happens to be landmarked can be yours for $3.4 million. It’s need serious need of a designer’s touch but luckily one appears to be in the works. The five-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home encompasses 3,516 square feet and features details that include crown molding, decorative fireplaces, and arched doorways. There is also plenty of outdoor space with a deck, patio, and spacious backyard. [Floorplan]

Halstead Property.

↑This incredibly charming home in Cobble Hill is seeking $4.95 million. The detail-filled townhouse features wood beamed ceilings, two fireplaces, exposed brick walls, two open kitchens (though one could use an update), an English basement, and a lovely backyard. [Floorplan]

Halstead Property.

↑A contemporary two-family townhouse in WIlliamsburg boasting more than 3,900 square feet of space is asking a hefty sum of $4.75 million. The two-family home features a loft-like layout across its five levels and in its current configuration consists of a duplex on the first two levels with access to the sizable backyard and a triplex with three (!) balconies. [Floorplan]