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5 of the best Brooklyn townhouses that hit the market this week

See what’s up for grabs in Park Slope, Clinton Hill, 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.

↑ This gorgeous Park Slope townhouse, situated less than a block away from Prospect Park, has lots of things going for it—and a price tag of $5.995 million to match. The turn-of-the-20th-century home has seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, and the very Park Slope perk of being within the P.S. 321 school zone. It is, however, a multi-family, with two rental units and a owner’s triplex. [Floorplan]

↑ In Prospect Lefferts Gardens, a single-family townhouse with a plethora of vintage details—including ornate wooden fretwork on the first floor—is going for $2.475 million. It has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms spread out over close to 3,000 square feet, and also comes with nifty upgrades in the kitchen, bathrooms, and more. (Or, as the brokerbabble puts it, it has “an almost magical combination of a fresh, clean start with the charm of a warm and comfortable home.”) [Floorplan]

↑ Looking for a Brooklyn townhouse for under $1 million? This four-bedroom in Flatlands may fit the bill—it was recently renovated and is asking just $749,000. On the con side, it’s not exactly close to any subway stops (though there are bus stops nearby), but there is a driveway and a garage.

↑ This Clinton Hill townhouse is currently configured for two families, but could be transformed into a single-family home for the right buyer—i.e., one willing to cough up $2.795 million. The “immaculately designed” house has six bedrooms (split between a duplex and an owner’s triplex), and comes with three different outdoor spaces, a finished basement, and other perks. [Floorplan]

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↑ And while we’ve already covered this $5.975 million Brooklyn Heights townhouse, it’s definitely worth another shout-out: The enormous single-family home was built in 1850, but recently underwent a spiffy renovation and has now been fitted with the likes of heated flooring in the master bathroom, top-of-the-line appliances in the kitchen, and a sound system for the entire house, among other features.