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.
↑ Talk about quirky: the brokerbabble says this Park Slope townhouse is “the only house of its kind currently on the market,” and that’s certainly not hyperbole. The three-bedroom home is very colorful, and features a renovated kitchen (and, uh, a second kitchen), plenty of outdoor space, and an English basement with its own powder room. The asking price is $2.3 million. [Floorplan]
↑ “A little bit country” is how the brokerbabble describes this Prospect-Lefferts Gardens townhouse, which—despite looking a little shabby—definitely has plenty of good things going for it. The interior benefits from a recent renovation, which added skylights and new wood floors to the home. The backyard is probably the bigger selling point: it’s a sizable oasis with an edible garden and a slightly wild feel. The asking price is $1.25 million. [Floorplan]
↑ A charming, pre-Civil War home on Dean Street in Boerum Hill is asking $2.8 million. The six-bedroom home is currently configured as an owner’s duplex and a smaller apartment, but the listing notes that it has a FAR of 6 and could be converted to single-family. It could use some updating, but it has one heck of an outdoor space. [Floorplan]
↑ This Prospect Heights townhouse could be considered a fixer-upper; it’s been owned by the same family for 25 years, and is in need of a refresh. (You can see that above in the virtual staging vs. the real-life place.) But it’s in a great location, and the bones are there: it’s a two-family home spanning 2,400 square feet, with four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a huge backyard, and other lovely details. The asking price is $2.3 million. [Floorplan]