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In Clinton Hill, a Romanesque Revival townhouse with spiffy updates wants $6.5M

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The four-story townhouse features seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms over 6,000 square feet

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Located at the corner of Clinton and Willoughby Avenues in Clinton Hill, this four-story townhouse has operated as a rental building for years, but is now being offered as a single-family home with a renter’s unit on the garden level.

Built in circa 1901, this Romanesque Revival townhouse recently underwent an interior renovation, and was fitted with several swanky appliances and finishes. The living room features a new remote-controlled gas fireplace, oak hardwood floors, 11-foot-tall ceilings, and a beaded chandelier.

The kitchen, also on the first floor, has a full suite of Miele appliances, imported cabinetry from Italy, a wine cooler, and quartz countertops. The kitchen looks out onto a lovely wooden deck, which as the brokerbabble describes it, is perfect for outdoor dining in warmer weather.

The townhouse’s five bedrooms are located on the floor above that. The master suite takes up all of the second floor and has a library, and a windowed walk-in closet among other features. The garden level apartment here features an additional two bedrooms and two bathrooms. For all of that, this place is asking $6.5 million.