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110-year-old Park Slope home with mod makeover wants $5.6M

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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.

Douglas Elliman.

↑You’d never know that this ultra-stylish Park Slope home, asking a cool $5.625 million, is 110 years old. That’s because it’s been gut renovated and now boasts amenities like gas fireplaces, a fancy eat-in chef’s kitchen with built-in appliances, five spacious bedrooms, six sleek bathrooms, a large wine cellar, and a massive skylight. If all that wasn’t enough, plans for a roof deck have been approved by the LPC and there is already a spacious backyard in place. [Floorplan]

↑If you’re up for a task, this huge one-family brownstone, dating back to 1899, in Clinton Hill is looking to sell for $1.995 million. It needs some work (especially a good paint job) but has tons of potential along with eight bedrooms, four bathrooms, and an unfinished basement, all spanning 3,800 square feet across six floors. There are also plenty of original details in place that include claw foot tubs, crown molding, window shutters, and decorative fireplaces.

Stribling.

↑This Brooklyn Heights townhouse gives off the slightest bit of country home vibes and is going for $3.6 million. It offers four bedrooms and three baths, accompanied by details like wide plank wood floors, two functioning fireplaces, a massive eat-in kitchen, and a verdant green backyard.

Corcoran.

↑Another Park Slope home, this one much cheaper than the former, is up for grabs. This home comes with just three bedrooms and two bathrooms in somewhat of an usual floorplan. The first floor hosts the living room, a mint green kitchen, a study, and the skylit master bedroom (which also has a laundry room and a large walk-in closet). The second floor is much smaller and only hosts two more bedrooms, another bath and a dressing room. There is a basement, a roof deck, and a driveway. Asking price is $2.425 million. [Floorplan]

Corcoran.

↑Brokerbabble is a bit extra with the description for this multi-family home in Bushwick, calling it a “thoughtfully redesigned townhome” on “one of the prettiest blocks in Brooklyn’s coolest neighborhood.” Nonetheless, the revamped space is lovely and embraces a loft-like aesthetic. The five-bedroom, 3.5 bath abode features two open chef’s kitchens, sunny living rooms, a finished basement, and a decent-sized backyard. Asking price is $1.425 million. [Floorplan]

Brown Harris Stevens.

↑The listing description doesn’t tell us much about this charming home in Fort Greene, and unfortunately, there isn’t a floorplan but here’s what we do know: it was built in 1853 by United States Navy aviator Samuel Underhill and spans 3,200 square feet. It is currently set up as a four-family home with four bedrooms, four bathrooms and features details that include original wood floors, decorative fireplaces, ornate ceilings, and a stunning landscaped garden. Asking price is $2.7 million.