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Cozy Brooklyn Heights house with tons of outdoor space wants $6M

This week’s Brooklyn townhouses are in Cobble Hill, Windsor Terrace, and more

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.

↑ A lovely brick-fronted townhouse on Joralemon Street in Brooklyn Heights is asking just under $6 million. Unlike so many of the homes we cover, this one does not embrace that whole open-concept thing; the parlor-level living spaces, along with the kitchen and dining room, are all separated from one another. The kitchen—which the brokerbabble calls “the soul of this special home”—is enormous, with plenty of storage and new appliances; it also leads to the four-bedroom home’s lush backyard. [Floorplan]

↑ In contrast, this two-family townhouse in Greenwood Heights (it’s on 29th Street, just steps from Green-wood Cemtery) was recently renovated and is all about the open, airy feel. There’s an owner’s duplex that takes the parlor and top floors, and another one-bedroom unit on the ground level. There’s also an abundance of outdoor space, including a small patio just off the ground-floor unit, and a more expansive backyard that connects to a deck on the owner’s apartment. The asking price: $2.05 million. [Floorplan]

↑ A semi-attached Windsor Terrace townhouse with a large backyard is asking $2.468 million. There are plenty of original details here, including crown molding and the fireplace front in the living room; there’s also plenty of space for soaking in the sun, from the enclosed porch to the solarium on the second floor. (There’s an open house on September 10 if you want to see it for yourself.) [Floorplan]

↑ Snag a new-build Cobble Hill townhouse for $3.75 million; the home at 45 Dean Street, which hit the market last year for just about $5 million, is “massively price chopped and ready for immediate closing,” per the listing. (Sounds a bit desperate, no?) In any case, the townhouse has four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, all mod cons (radiant heating, a high-end kitchen, etc.) and plenty of outdoor space. Its slightly larger twin at 43 Dean Street is also for sale for $3.99 million. [Floorplan]