Check out these homes in Crown Heights, Boerum Hill, Bed-Stuy, and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens

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.

↑This unique multi-family townhouse has an added bonus for whoever is willing to pay the $3.45 million price tag. The three-family home comes with a rear three-story carriage house. So let’s break this down: the townhouse has around five bedrooms, and four bathrooms while the carriage house offers four bedrooms and two bathrooms of its own. And if all that glorious space isn’t enough, the abode has decorative mantles, several huge fireplaces, unique door entry ways, pressed walls and ceilings, and a private backyard.

↑A semi-detached Neo-Renaissance one-family home in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens comes with much of its stunning original details in place. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is asking $1.195 million and delivers stained glass windows, high ceilings, inlaid herringbone floors, and beautiful columns and mantles.

↑This modern three-family townhouse resides in Crown Heights and has been recently renovated. Brokerbabble says that it’s been “re-done stylishly with a lot of Brooklyn flare,” (whatever that means). There’s six bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two dens that can function as extra bedrooms or office space. The home, asking $1.495 million, isn’t decked out in amenities but does offer new stainless steel kitchen appliances, custom cabinetry, a fair amount of sunlight, and a backyard.

↑In Bed-Stuy, a practical and plain three-family brownstone, asking $1.695 million, offers the opportunity to collect rental income or to convert the home into a sprawling one-family unit. In all, there are six bedrooms, four bathrooms, three kitchens, and generous closet space on each floor. Features include high ceilings, hardwood floors, a semi-finished basement, laundry area, and sizable backyard.

↑Another Crown Heights townhouse finds itself on our radar yet this one has more of a Renaissance feel. The classic two-family home is complete with original details like French doors, wooden shutters, wood paneling, stained glass, arched doorways, wainscoting, a decorative fireplace, and a clawfoot bathtub. In addition to all those enviable details, the home, which wants $1.35 million, has three-and-a-half bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a large L-shaped backyard.

From http://ny.curbed.com/2016/8/28/12680784/brooklyn-townhouses-bed-stuy-crown-heights-boerum-hill-for-sale

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