↑ We start in Bedford-Stuyvesant and a listing that says to "look no further." Well, we have four more after this. Anyway, it’s configured as a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom owner’s triplex over a one-bedroom, one-bathroom garden level apartment. It has a Sonos sound system wired to the parlor floor, backyard, and roof deck and it has Nest thermostats. Don’t forget the spiral staircase. The G train is about a block away. The A and C trains and Franklin Avenue Shuttle are about a 15-minute walk. It’s listed at $2.399 million.
↑ Staying nearby, there is a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom duplex over a one-bedroom, one-bathroom garden apartment in Stuyvesant Heights. There’s also a half bathroom in the basement. The duplex features plenty of wood and exposed brick, plus marble countertops in the kitchen. Like the previous listing, there is a built-in Sonos sound system. The center bedroom in the duplex has a skylight. Speaking of the light, the garden is a nice size, but the roof might be even more generous. The J/Z is about 10 minutes away and the A/C is about 15. How much? $1.849 million.
↑ Moving to Prospect Heights, there is a brownstone that "exudes international flair." It’s configured as a four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom owner’s triplex over a one-bedroom, one-bathroom garden apartment. The eat-in kitchen leads to a solarium dining room with two skylights. It’s only about a block from Grand Army Plaza, the gateway to Prospect Park, and you have your choice of the 2/3 or B/Q, each also about a block away. It’s asking $4 million.
↑ Not too far away, in Park Slope, there is a townhouse with a mildly confusing listing. It indicates five bedrooms, but only four can be counted on the floorplans. The plans also show a second kitchen, but don’t in any way show the house divided into two units. Anyway, the listing specifically states that there is radiant heating and central air along in-ceiling and in-wall speakers and two oversized gas fireplaces. There is also a nice-sized backyard, plus there are two terraces on the second floor and there is a roof deck. The home is walking distance from Prospect Park. The R train is about seven minutes away, but the B, D, N, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains and the Long Island Rail Road are all half a mile away or closer. Listing price: $3.95 million.
↑ Finally, we head to Greenpoint and a four-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex over a one-bedroom, one-bathroom garden apartment. The layour is a bit odd, with two kitchens in the duplex. Perhaps that’s what the listing means when it says it "redefines prime Brooklyn real estate." It does have character. There is both a roof deck and a backyard. The G train is around the corner, but if it’s transportation into the city you’re looking for, you can walk 10 minutes to the East River Ferry. How much? $2.9 million.
• Brooklyn Townhouse archives [Curbed]