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137-year-old Carroll Gardens home with contemporary makeover asks $2.8M

Check out townhouses for sale in neighborhoods like Greenpoint, Bushwick, Stuyvesant Heights, and more

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.

Compass.

↑You would never guess that this gorgeous home in Carroll Gardens was built in 1880. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home has been given a contemporary makeover, but has preserved a lot of its original charm that includes ceiling medallions, crown molding, decorative mantles, arched cutouts, and original hardwood floors. There is a laundry room, a large home office, and a massive landscaped backyard. Asking price is $2.795 million. [Floorplan]

Compass.

↑In Greenpoint, a stunning two-family home with a full renovation is asking $2.395 million. Exposed brick walls, 12-foot-high beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and an open floorplan contribute to the home’s industrial-chic vibes. There are three bedrooms, 3.5 baths, front and backyard patios, and a decent-sized backyard. [Floorplan]

Redfin Real Estate.

↑The listing skips out on descriptions for this $2.1 million home in Prospect Lefferts Gardens but luckily, the pictures and floorplan provide a pretty clear sense of what’s going on. The house is configured as a one-family residence, spanning 3,760 square feet, and boasts tons of historic details that include intricate molding, decorative molding, pocket doors, and plenty of windows. The house could use a decent renovation but has good bones. [Floorplan]

Compass.

↑A modern three-family home in Bushwick with five bedrooms and four bathrooms is asking $1.5 million. The home embraces a loft-like feel throughout its 2,889-square-foot expanse. The living room features high ceilings and oversized windows while the sweeping kitchen open kitchen offers a plethora of cabinets and plenty of space to eat in. There is also plenty of outdoor space to enjoy with a balcony, two patios, a garden area, and a backyard. [Floorplan]

Stribling.

↑This lovely single-family home resides within the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District and is seeking $1.345 million. The space dates back to 1899 but has been given a modest renovation over the years. It offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms, three decorative fireplaces, stained glass, wainscoting and lots more charming details. There is also the option to convert it into a two-family residence. [Floorplan]