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

See what’s up for grabs in Bed-Stuy, Kensington, Windsor Terrace, 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.

↑ A totally restored townhouse in Kensington that’s just a few blocks from vibrant Cortelyou Road is on the market for $1.5 million. The house has gotten a total remodel that brought it a double-height stair topped by a skylight, a brand new kitchen with a large center island and stainless steel appliances, and a sleek bathroom with a rain shower head. The townhouse also comes with a buffed up backyard and a charming front porch.

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↑ A pristine 2,800-square-foot townhouse in Windsor Terrace is seeking $2.148 million. The semi-attached property serves up an open-concept main floor with a fully updated kitchen featuring subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. The townhouse has three-bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and a spacious and manicured backyard. It also comes with practical upgrades like newly reinforced skylights, a new weatherproof basement door, and the holy grail of central air. [Floorplan]

Compass

↑ “A perfect combination of stunning period detail mixed with modern upgrades” reads the listing for this $2.2 million Crown Heights townhouse, and ain’t that the truth. The two-family house comes with a lock-off ground floor apartment, and a two-story owners’ unit with three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The house’s interiors are done up in a timeless neutral palate, and the backyard comes with a landscaped garden and irrigation system. [Floorplan]

Keller Williams NYC.

↑On Bed-Stuy’s Vernon Avenue, a 20-foot-wide brick brownstone with six bedrooms and four bedrooms is asking $2.3 million. A few original details remain in place, namely the home’s molding and wood floors, while areas like three kitchens have been given a modern makeover. There is a private backyard that is accessed through the master bedroom and includes a stainless steel grill and an outdoor furniture set. [Floorplan]

Corcoran.

↑Yet another Bed-Stuy townhouse populates the list: this one located along Decatur Street and going for $1.825 million. Dating back to 1825, the home is virtually a repository for 19th-century details and features original oak floors, pier mirrors, oak wainscoting, shutters and moldings, pocket doors, fretwork, and five fireplaces with ornate mantels. There are three bedroom, 2.5 baths, a charming kitchen with a claw foot sink, a laundry room, and a landscaped garden. [Floorplan]

Corcoran.

↑In Prospect Lefferts Gardens, a three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom abode filled with lovely woodwork wants $1.995 million. The historic home features a medley of both classic and contemporary details that include stained glass windows, wainscoting, an expansive kitchen with custom cabinetry, spa-like bathrooms, and lots of windows that brings in plenty of natural light. [Floorplan]