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Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup: Gut-Renovated Townhouse in Bushwick Asks $1.3M

Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup: Gut-Renovated Townhouse in Bushwick Asks $1.3M

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.

↑ First up is this newly gut-renovated townhouse in Bushwick. The house has wide-plank wood floors, sliding glass doors, high ceilings, and new spa baths with soaking tubs nad skylights. The kitchen has a sleek central island and modern cabinetry, with Viking and Liebher appliances. It also has a garden rental that generates around $ 2,300/month in income, and it’s asking $ 1.349 million.

↑ Up next is this house in Crown Heights. There are lots of nice details, including large bay windows, high ceilings, original parquet floors, and stained glass skylights. There’s also a two-car garage. It’s asking $ 1.495 million.

↑ In Bed-Stuy, this brick townhouse is asking $ 1.695 million. The house has been renovated pretty recently and has marble countertops, sliding doors, and exposed brick.

↑ Up next, this brownstone in Crown Heights is asking $ 1.949 million. The house is 20′ wide and newly renovated.

↑ Finally, this lovely brownstone in Fort Greene is asking $ 2.695 million. The house was built in 1892 and has high ceilings, original staircases and woodwork, hardwood floors, plus moldings, medallions and plasterwork throughout. It also has three wood-burning fireplaces with original marble mantels.
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