This week we’re looking at stunning homes in Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Park Slope
↑Don’t let the exterior fool you. Within this unassuming red-faced townhouse along 10th Street in Park Slope awaits a sophisticated five-bedroom home with both modern elegances and classic design elements. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom home, asking $2.65 million, embraces an open floor plan while offering exposed brick, sleek kitchen and bathrooms, large windows, and a large backyard.
↑A statelier townhouse along Lincoln Place in Park Slope is asking $4.795 million. Boasting 4,000 square feet, the extravagant space is permeated with much of its historical details that include wedding cake moldings, stained glass, and multiple fireplaces. There are also a few modern updates like the renovated kitchen, for example, as well as central air conditioning throughout.
↑Though this Prospect-Lefferts Garden home is in major need of a serious renovation, there’s plenty of original detail still intact to work with in addition to its five bedrooms and three bathrooms. Asking price is $1.55 million.
↑A two-family Bushwick townhouse has returned to the market with a slightly trimmed price tag. Two months ago, the five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home was asking $1.449 million. It now wants $1.395 million while still offering details like decorative fireplaces, wainscoting, and exposed beamed ceilings.
↑This tranquil multi-family Bed-Stuy townhouse features a total of nine bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathroom with amenities that includes decorative fireplaces, exposed brick, high ceilings, and a large terrace. Asking price is $2.3 million.