This week’s roundup showcases homes in Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Bed-Stuy, and more
107A Somers Street: This Ocean Hill townhouse listing just barely meets the qualifications for a six-figure listing, helping you escape the New York City mansion tax. The two-family brick home features four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a spacious living room, finished basement, deck and backyard. The renovated home is craftily accentuated with exposed brick columns, stone backdrops in the kitchen, and original fireplaces. Asking price is $999,000.
834 Halsey Street: This simple yet elegant 10-bedroom, four-bathroom multi-family Bed-Stuy townhouse has been recently renovated to include new hardwood floors, modern kitchens, and bathrooms outfitted with rain showers and custom tiling. There’s also a finished basement and spacious backyard. Asking price is $1.549 million.
967 Lafayette Avenue: This two-family five-bedroom, five-bathroom Bed-Stuy townhouse is incredibly spacious. Its bright, attention-grabbing exterior pleasantly contradicts the calm and soothing interior. The layout includes 14-foot ceilings, a large living room, open kitchen, and a finished basement, deck, and terrace. Asking price is $1.695 million.
96 Rutland Road: It’s no surprise that this alluring townhouse, with its bright red brick facade, is located in the charismatic Prospect-Lefferts Gardens neighborhood. It offers five spacious bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large eat-in kitchen decked in cherry wood cabinetry and stainless steel, and a gas fireplace place. Of course, that’s not all— the home also has an office, laundry room, billiard room, and lots of outdoor space. Asking price is $2.249 million.
540 16th Street: Located in Windsor Terrace, this unassuming home has been beautifully renovated within. It has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, large kitchen and dining rooms, and versatile space on the lower level. Features include oversized windows, custom closets, and a backyard garden. Asking price is $2.550 million.
510 12th Street: Built in 1898, this landmarked brownstone home retains a lot of its original features that include the beautiful floral plaster molding, Jefferson pocket shutters, pocket doors, tin ceilings, and original fireplaces. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home also has a huge patio and garden, ample storage closets, and a laundry room. Asking price is $2.895 million.
186 Sackett Street: Just from a quick glance, you might not realize how spacious this multi-family townhouse really is. For starters, this seven-bedroom, five-bathroom duplex, connected by a slender spiraling staircase, has 24-foot high ceilings. There’s also an expansive kitchen, large living room, and a finished basement with its own home gym. Although it was recently renovated, it still maintains beautiful molding and the fireplace has been restored. Asking price is $3.3 million.
546 11th Street: Giving off country-meets-city vibes, this sprawling Park Slope brownstone/carriage house offers six bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a huge wine cellar, and multi-leveled courtyard with about 750 square feet of outdoor space. Asking price is $5.9 million.
- All Brooklyn Townhouse Coverage [Curbed]