Check out townhouses for sale in Crown Heights, Carroll Gardens, and Stuyvesant Heights
↑A four-bedroom, three-bathroom Stuyvesant Heights home, brimming with original detail is asking $1.59 million. Among those details are extensively decorated fireplace mantels, crown molding, wainscoting, pressed ceilings, and many more while the kitchen has received a modern renovation with stainless steel appliances and a touch of exposed brick.
↑In Crown Heights, a well-polished two-family townhouse returns to our roundup with a lower asking price. The renovated home now wants $2.175 million instead of the $2.39 million it was asking in May. The townhouse is filled with natural light and comes with high ceilings, exposed wooden beams, marble-drenched bathrooms, a huge open kitchen custom-fitted with solid wood cabinets, two wood-burning fireplaces, and a lovely private backyard.
↑In Crown Heights, a five-story renaissance revival style townhouse with 10 bedrooms and four bathrooms is asking $2.2 million. As per its listing, the house was designed circa 1897 by famous architect George P. Chappell. Much of its original detail like the crown moldings, pocket doors, fireplace, and parquet floors have been preserved. Some of the bathrooms appear to have undergone renovation and the current owner has opted to us the eat-in kitchen for a dental office (strange but true). Aside from that, there’s also a huge garden space and expansive terrace with plenty of room for entertaining.
↑417 Sackett Street: An adorable corner townhouse in Carroll Gardens, asking $4.495 million, offers five bedrooms and two bathrooms across its five floors. The home has been renovated and includes an open kitchen and dining room, huge living room with high ceilings, oak floors, lots of closet space, and central air conditioning.