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Elegant Kensington home wants $1.6M after full renovation

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Check out homes for sale in neighborhoods like Carroll Gardens, Park Slope, Red Hook, 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.

Corcoran.

↑A single-family home in Kensington has received a full renovation and is now asking $1.595 million. The living room is bedecked in a wall of lovely windows while a decorative mantle sits in the center of the room. Stunning wood columns and moldings fill the various rooms and the kitchen offers a plethora of cabinet space along with stainless steel appliances. There’s a total of four bedrooms, one full bathroom, two half baths, a finished basement, and an expansive backyard. [Floorplan]

Highline Residential.

↑A gorgeous five-bedroom, four-bathroom home with serious curb appeal in Carroll Gardens is seeking $3.6 million. Dating back to 1900, the three-family townhouse has retained much of its original charm including exposed brick, decorative fireplaces, pressed tin ceilings, and a skylight. There is an unfinished basement with a washer/dryer machine and a small backyard patio that is in need of a makeover. [Floorplan]

Bedford Brownstone Realty.

↑In Bed-Stuy, a brownstone spanning 3,200 square feet with six bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms is going for $2.195 million. A contemporary revamp has fused modern convenience with the 19th century home’s original design across the five levels. Much of the home features an open floorplan with light wood floors, large windows, and high ceilings. A deck and a terrace provide plenty of outdoor space. [Floorplan]

Ideal Properties Group.

↑For $3.3 million, own this lofty new five-bedroom home on Van Brunt Street in Red Hook. The three-story townhouse gives off industrial-chic vibes with its spacious open layout, shiny hardwood floors, oversized windows, and contemporary finishes. The space is currently configured as a two-bedroom home with plenty of outdoor space that includes three balconies, a backyard, and a sweeping rooftop terrace. [Floorplan]

Halstead Property.

↑According to the brokerbabble, this multi-family home on Carroll Street in Park Slope was originally built in 1888 and designed by architect Albert E. White, who is responsible for the design of many townhouse in several Brooklyn neighborhoods. The low-frills home consists of five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and lots of original details like the original staircase, pocket doors, crown molding, and more. Asking price is $3.25 million. [Floorplan]