This week's roundup features beautiful homes in Brooklyn Heights, Bedford-Stuyvesant, and Fort Greene.
↑ 70 Cranberry Street: This four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom townhouse has been recently renovated but still maintain plenty of its historic 1850s nuances. Amenities include eleven-foot ceilings, two black marble fireplaces, and ceiling-to- floor windows. The asking price is $6.3 million.
↑ 331 Carroll Street: Having been gutted and renovated, this two-bedroom, two bathroom single-family home now boasts white oak flooring, top of the line kitchen appliances like Viking and Bosch, central AC and more. Asking price is $1.995 million.
↑ 532 Monroe Street: This three-family brownstone, located in Bed-Stuy, has a total of six bedrooms and five bathrooms. Features include spacious living and dining rooms, pocket doors, and honed Calacatta counters,to name a few. Asking price is $1.99 million.
↑ 521 Greene Avenue: There is plenty of open space at this modern and sleek two-family townhouse with five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. Asking price is $2.089 million.
↑ 525 Quincy Street: This Bed-Stuy five-bedroom, six-bathroom townhouse is spacious and simple. The open-designed kitchen contains ample cabinets, stone countertops, and a built-in wall oven. Asking price is $1.685 million.
↑ 265 Bainbridge Street: Described as being in ‘fair condition,’ this six-bedroom, three-bathroom home can accommodate as many as three families. The crown molding and wood cabinets appear to be well-maintained and the cozy living room has an adorable built-in brick fireplace. Asking price is $1.1 million.
- All Brooklyn Townhouse Coverage [Curbed]