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Landmarked Park Slope home with modest revamp asks $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.

William Lewis Sotheby’s.

↑A landmarked home designed by historic architect Axel S. Hedman is asking $4 million in Park Slope. Much of its original details are still intact, including decorative fireplaces, coffered ceilings, original wood columns and flooring, and crown molding. The home is currently configured as a single-family residence with five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms but poses the potential to be converted into a multi-family home. [Floorplan]

Compass.

↑A charming single-family home in Williamsburg, dating back to 1910, is going for $1.995 million. The lovely red brick abode comes with three bedrooms, two bedrooms, a large kitchen, and a sun-filled living room. The listing description encourages you to “bring your architect” since some areas of the home could use a revamp. [Floorplan]

Keller Williams NYC

↑This four-story SRO in Park Slope offers nine bedrooms and three bathrooms and tons of historic details for $2.98 million. There are five decorative fireplaces, original hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, detailed high ceilings, and skylights. A lovely backyard provides plenty of space for outdoor entertaining. [Floorplan]

Nest Seekers International.

↑In Prospect Lefferts Gardens, $1.9 million buys you this impressive two-family townhouse that spans 2,530 square feet with six bedrooms and five bathrooms. Beyond its 19th century facade lies contemporary interiors across an open concept floorplan and plenty of natural light along with both a front and backyard and the option to extend the property up to 2,000 square feet. [Floorplan]