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107-year-old Bay Ridge home with original details in tact wants $1.35M

See homes for sale in neighborhoods like East New York, Bed-Stuy, and Crown Heights

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.

Halstead Property.

↑This barrel front Bay Ridge townhouse dates back to 1910 and has preserved a great deal of its original details, including wood molding, stained glass windows, inlaid floors, pocket doors, and skylights. The 2,650-square-foot home boasts four bedrooms, two baths, an expansive kitchen, wet bar, a backyard deck, and garden. Asking price is $1.35 million. [Floorplan]

Gabriel Kashi.

↑In East New York, a fully renovated one-family home with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms is going for $649,000. Its three floors consist of a light-filled living room, an open kitchen with coffered ceilings, modest sized bedrooms, a finished basement, and hardwood floors throughout. The back of the house provides a deck that leads to a cozy backyard. [Floorplan]


↑A 19th century Bed-Stuy brownstone spanning 3,400 square feet with three bedrooms and three bathrooms is going for $1.35 million. Though there are some modern finishes in place, most of the home still showcases classic details like decorative fireplaces, ceiling plasterwork, stained glass skylights, wood molding, and original window shutters. The home is currently configured as a single-family residence but has the option to be utilized as a two-family. [Floorplan]

Exit All Seasons Realty.

↑For $1.75 million, there is this five-bedroom, three-bathroom home in Crown Heights that is currently set up as a two-family residence. The space embraces a low-frills design with just a few notable features like the decorative fireplaces and crown molding. While the backyard could use a good face lift, it appears to be spacious with plenty of potential.