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19th century Boerum Hill brownstone seeks $5.6M after posh revamp

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Check out homes for sale in Windsor Terrace, Bushwick, and Park Slope

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.

↑In Boerum Hill, an 1870s brownstone has been fully renovated and is going for a steep $5.6 million. After undergoing a full renovation, the 19th century home features a contemporary aesthetic with an open and airy layout along with six bedrooms (two of them ensuite), 4.5 bathrooms, two kitchens, and a full basement. The home doesn’t skimp on outdoor space, offering two terraces a “forecourt,” a patio, and a backyard garden. [Floorplan]

Corcoran.

↑Brokerbabble calls this six-bedroom, three-bathroom home in Windsor Terrace a “rare treat.” The limestone townhouse was built in the early 20th century and has much of its original details intact. Among them are oak floors, wood molding, wainscoting, decorative fireplaces, and pier mirrors. A few decent upgrades would bring the home into the 21st century. Asking price is $2.495 million. [Floorplan]

Douglas Elliman.

↑A two-family home in Bushwick with a simple layout is going for $1.245 million. The listing description doesn’t say much about the home but according to the floorplan, there are nine bedrooms, three, bathrooms, two kitchens, and a spacious backyard.

Douglas Elliman.

↑This beauty of a brownstone in Park Slope encompasses 4,640 square feet that stretches four floors and is asking $3.6 million. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is a chock full of historic details that include intricate crown molding, glass pocket doors, a decorative fireplace, a formal dining room, and built-in storage. [Floorplan]