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Mapping the Priciest Brooklyn Townhouses on the Market Now

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It has officially become impossible to keep track of all the $3+ million Brooklyn townhouses that have been springing up like mushrooms, or daisies, or other things that spring up all of a sudden because the mushroom/daisy markets have reached their probable apex and everybody who owns a mushroom or daisy simultaneously decides it's time to cash in. There's this place! And this place! This place is already in contract! Rag & Bone's cofounder paid $6.75 million for this place! And with all that in mind, we bring you the ten most expensive Brooklyn townhouses on the market right now [edit: that have come on the market in 2013] (somewhat surprisingly, mostly clumped in Boerum and Cobble Hills), all consolidated into one Brooklyn Townhouse Heatmap. Enjoy.

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1. 101 Boerum Place

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101 Boerum Place
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $4,250,000
With all the beautifully detailed prewar brownstones on the market, it feels a bit wrong to kick off the map with something so modern, but here it is anyway. This four-story, five-bedroom home, listed earlier this week, includes a floating staircase and a finished basement and roofdeck. There are also all kinds of fancy modern features, including 18 solar panels.

2. 165 Dean Street

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165 Dean Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Price: $4,200,000
Boerum Hill's priciest townhouse is highlighted by its plaid-ceilinged, country estate-themed kitchen. It hit the market last month and includes a rental unit in addition to the owner's five-bedroom triplex.

3. 861 Carroll Street

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861 Carroll Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $4,198,000
The best townhouses strike a balance between prewar lavishness and modern livability. This 50-foot-deep four-story might be leaning a bit heavily toward the former, but that doesn't make it any less impressive. It's been on the market for almost two months now.

4. 321 Clinton Street

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321 Clinton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $4,000,000
This 1848 three-family home, which hit the market last weekend, is, to put it simply, stunning. It's got stained-glass, intricate crown and ceiling molding, antique wood doors, marble fireplaces, and a hand-painted ceiling mural.

5. 10 Polhemus Place

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10 Polhemus Place
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $3,500,000
This cavernous, 70-foot-deep limestone mansion could probably use a litte (okay, a lot of) updating, but there's plenty of good stuff to work with, including a stained glass skylight, carved wood bannisters, and inlayed door frames and window treatments.

6. 128 Bergen Street

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128 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Price: $3,500,000
More move-in ready than a lot of similarly priced places in the area, this recently renovated three-family brownstone hit the market less than a month ago.

7. 289 Clinton Street

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289 Clinton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $3,500,000
This four-story two-family (currently being used as a one-family) might be overreaching a bit with the $3.5 million asking price, considering the fact that there are only two bathrooms. Then again, seven fireplaces! In any case, it could definitely use some better listing photos.

8. 152 Willow Street

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152 Willow Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $3,495,000
This gorgeously renovated four-story single-family is Brooklyn Heights' only entry on this map, but it's quite the entry. Highlights include exposed brick, walnut flooring, a "sculptural stair," and a large, well-appointed kitchen.

9. 330 Bond Street

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330 Bond Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Neighborhood: Carroll Gardens
Price: $3,495,000
No interior photos available for this one, mostly because the interiors aren't done yet, but according to the brokerbabble it's a newly-constructed imitation of a classic brownstone, which means that it includes "state of the art heating, electric, video intercom and surveillance, cable, phone, internet, fiber optics, air conditioning & central Vac throughout," and also various design elements that you have to choose yourself.

10. 118 Wyckoff Street

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118 Wyckoff Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Price: $3,200,000
Corcoran Senior VP Deborah Reiders knows a thing or two about real estate trends, so she put her four-story, brick Boerum Hill townhouse on the market last week, after spending the last few years extensively renovating its interiors.

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1. 101 Boerum Place

101 Boerum Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $4,250,000
With all the beautifully detailed prewar brownstones on the market, it feels a bit wrong to kick off the map with something so modern, but here it is anyway. This four-story, five-bedroom home, listed earlier this week, includes a floating staircase and a finished basement and roofdeck. There are also all kinds of fancy modern features, including 18 solar panels.

101 Boerum Place
Brooklyn, NY 11201

2. 165 Dean Street

165 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Price: $4,200,000
Boerum Hill's priciest townhouse is highlighted by its plaid-ceilinged, country estate-themed kitchen. It hit the market last month and includes a rental unit in addition to the owner's five-bedroom triplex.

165 Dean Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

3. 861 Carroll Street

861 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $4,198,000
The best townhouses strike a balance between prewar lavishness and modern livability. This 50-foot-deep four-story might be leaning a bit heavily toward the former, but that doesn't make it any less impressive. It's been on the market for almost two months now.

861 Carroll Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

4. 321 Clinton Street

321 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $4,000,000
This 1848 three-family home, which hit the market last weekend, is, to put it simply, stunning. It's got stained-glass, intricate crown and ceiling molding, antique wood doors, marble fireplaces, and a hand-painted ceiling mural.

321 Clinton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

5. 10 Polhemus Place

10 Polhemus Place, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $3,500,000
This cavernous, 70-foot-deep limestone mansion could probably use a litte (okay, a lot of) updating, but there's plenty of good stuff to work with, including a stained glass skylight, carved wood bannisters, and inlayed door frames and window treatments.

10 Polhemus Place
Brooklyn, NY 11215

6. 128 Bergen Street

128 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Price: $3,500,000
More move-in ready than a lot of similarly priced places in the area, this recently renovated three-family brownstone hit the market less than a month ago.

128 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

7. 289 Clinton Street

289 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $3,500,000
This four-story two-family (currently being used as a one-family) might be overreaching a bit with the $3.5 million asking price, considering the fact that there are only two bathrooms. Then again, seven fireplaces! In any case, it could definitely use some better listing photos.

289 Clinton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

8. 152 Willow Street

152 Willow Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $3,495,000
This gorgeously renovated four-story single-family is Brooklyn Heights' only entry on this map, but it's quite the entry. Highlights include exposed brick, walnut flooring, a "sculptural stair," and a large, well-appointed kitchen.

152 Willow Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

9. 330 Bond Street

330 Bond Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Neighborhood: Carroll Gardens
Price: $3,495,000
No interior photos available for this one, mostly because the interiors aren't done yet, but according to the brokerbabble it's a newly-constructed imitation of a classic brownstone, which means that it includes "state of the art heating, electric, video intercom and surveillance, cable, phone, internet, fiber optics, air conditioning & central Vac throughout," and also various design elements that you have to choose yourself.

330 Bond Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

10. 118 Wyckoff Street

118 Wyckoff Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Price: $3,200,000
Corcoran Senior VP Deborah Reiders knows a thing or two about real estate trends, so she put her four-story, brick Boerum Hill townhouse on the market last week, after spending the last few years extensively renovating its interiors.

118 Wyckoff Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201