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5 best Brooklyn townhouses that hit the market this week

See what’s up for grabs in Crown Heights, 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.

↑ The listing for this Williamsburg townhouse, asking $1.595 million, boats that you can live in a renovated home “[f]or the same price as a condo”—and there’s an income-generating rental unit to boot. The “owner’s duplex” has two bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, and a sleek, open design; both units also have access to a small back patio. [Floorplan]

↑ Another multi-family, this one in Clinton Hill, has a slightly larger price tag—it’s asking $2.599 million. Right now it’s set up for three apartments, but the listing notes that it could be turned into one lavish single-family townhouse. It’s also been gut-renovated, but has some of its original details, including decorative fireplace mantles. [Floorplan]

↑ For just under $2 million, there’s this 3,500-square-foot home in Crown Heights. The brick townhouse is currently configured as a two-family (the theme of this week), with a rental that the listing claims brings in $2,200/month. But you could also make this a single-family home—it comes with a back patio, a two-car garage, “loft-like” rooms, and more. [Floorplan]

↑ Yep, it’s another multi-family, this time in Bed-Stuy. The 2,800-square-foot townhouse, located on Van Buren Street, is going for $1.975 million, and comes with an owner’s duplex (with a balcony and a roof deck) along with a two-bedroom garden apartment that has access to the home’s back patio. The brokerbabble describes it as a “bespoke, luxury two-family brownstone meticulously and elegantly renovated to perfectly combine classic townhouse living with today’s modern lifestyle.” Okay. [Floorplan]

↑ And finally, it’s back to Clinton Hill for these two meticulously renovated carriage houses at 411 and 409 Vanderbilt Avenue; they’re asking $3.35 million and $3.4 million, respectively. (The photos here are of No. 409.) Though they’re nearly identical (both were renovated by the Brooklyn Home Company), the house at 409 Vanderbilt is just a little bit wider than the one next door. However the owner of 411 Vanderbilt will have access to a gated driveway, which 409 does not.