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5 of the best Park Slope townhouses that hit the market this week

From a sleek, renovated townhouse to a grand limestone mansion

Welcome to the Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup, where we—you guessed it—take a look at the most notable Brooklyn townhouses on the market. This week, we’re looking at several notable townhouses in Park Slope. Got tips? Send ‘em here.

↑ A townhouse on 11th Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues was “stripped to its bones,” according to the listing, and transformed into a shelter mag-worthy oasis. Shakespeare Gordon Vlado Architects led the renovation, and turned the home into a three-bedroom with 2.5 bathrooms, plenty of spacious common areas, a landscaped backyard, and more. The asking price: $3.679 million. [Floorplan]

↑ On the other end of the spectrum, there’s this townhouse on 2nd Street close to Prospect Park—though some rooms (including the kitchen and bathrooms) have been updated, there’s some room for improvement. It has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and plenty of space to work with. It’s going for $4.15 million. [Floorplan]

↑ Another renovated home, this one on Union Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues, is on the market for $4.195 million. The structure itself dates back to the turn of the 20th century—and the exterior still has that vintage feel—but the interiors are new and contemporary, with four bedrooms, a 500-bottle wine cellar, two (!) laundry rooms, a back garden, and more. [Floorplan]

↑ Just a few blocks away is this five-bedroom home on St. John’s Place between Sixth and Seventh avenues, asking $5.25 million. It’s been “superbly renovated,” per the listing, with a brand new kitchen and bluestone-paved patio, along with original millwork. It also comes with a smart home system. [Floorplan]

↑ Finally, on Eighth Avenue, there’s a grand limestone townhouse, situated on a corner near Grand Army Plaza. It’s not a single-family home—the first floor is occupied by a doctor’s office—but it has plenty of charm, including preserved 19th-century details like stained glass windows and fireplace mantles. The whole thing is going for $5.5 million. [Floorplan]