↑ 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.