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Brooklyn Heights home built in 1920 gets a lavish contemporary revamp, wants $9.4M

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Check out homes for sale in Boerum Hill, Park Slope, and Bed-Stuy

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.

Leslie J. Garfield.

↑Built in 1920, this expansive Brooklyn Heights home has been given a contemporary revamp with all-white interiors across its six floors. Spanning an impressive 5,660 square feet, the home comes with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, three washer/dryers (!), an elevator, a roof deck, terrace, and spacious backyard. It should be no surprise that it’s asking a steep $9.4 million. [Floorplan]

Leslie G. Garfield.

↑A Boerum Hill townhouse that exudes loft-like vibes is looking to sell for $2.7 million. Featuring a revamp designed by architects Taylor & Miller, the home spans 2,000 square feet with an open living that is complemented by two skylights and three large windows; there is a sleek all-white kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a rooftop terrace. [Floorplan]

Mdrn Residential.

The listing description doesn’t say much about this five-bedroom, three-bathroom home in Park Slope other than revealing that is currently being utilized as a multi-family residence but can be turned into a single-family home. Both original and modern details like decorative fireplaces, original hardwood floors, and a modern populate the space. Asking price is $2.35 million.

Mont Sky Real Estate.

In Bed-Stuy, a gut renovated brownstone spanning nearly 3,100 square feet is going for $2.7 million. A few original details like the window moldings and decorative fireplaces have been preserved but everything else is brand new and has introduced contemporary elegance into the home. You get four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a finished basement, and even a washer/dryer unit for your buck.

Corcoran.

All things considered, this four-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom house in Park Slope is in great condition, but it could benefit from a facelift to its kitchens. The home has been occupied by the same family for the past 32 years and has retained its original pocket doors, ceiling medallions, exposed brick, and skylights. There is a spacious backyard that needs to be tidied up but otherwise could be great for outdoor entertaining. Asking price is $2.7 million. [Floorplans]