This week's Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup features homes in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, and more
483 Hicks Street: This Cobble Hill townhouse is said to have been built in 1920 and underwent a gut renovation eight years ago that brought a renewed façade, interiors, and mechanicals. The four-story home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and multiple kitchens and common areas. A spiraling staircase leads from the first to the second floor while another one allows access from the fourth floor to the sprawling rooftop deck. Other luxuries include exposed brick, a spacious backyard, and views of Manhattan’s skyline. Asking price is $2.25 million.
152 Willow Street: Just three years ago, this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom Brooklyn Heights townhouse was one of Brooklyn’s priciest homes asking $3.495 million. Today, it doesn’t even come close to making the list, even with its million dollar price increase. Besides the "upgraded patio/garden and sensational private rooftop terrace," not much seems to have changed to justify the drastic price hike. The four-story home maintain highlights like its "distinctive" staircase, open kitchen, and exposed brick. Asking price is $3.495 million.
537 Hancock Street: The listing states that this two-family townhouse was built in 1899. The reality is that the home needs a lot of work and it may be no easy feat but with the right person and the right amount of effort, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom home could be well worth the investment. Original details like decorative moldings and fireplaces, wainscoted walls, and the elaborate stairway are still in place. Asking price is $1.475 million.
155 Willoughby Avenue: From its facade to its interiors, everything about this home is captivating. The result of a full renovation, this 3,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and an open kitchen/dining/living room area. Among the amenities are white oak floors, a wood-burning brick fireplace, skylights, washer/dryer, and a Sonos sound system. Asking price is $2.695 million.
62 Wyckoff Street: Though there aren’t many photos for this listing, its broker-written description paints a pretty vivid illustration of this historical townhouse. The five-story home has been owned by the same family for more than 60 years making it quite the rare commodity. It has six bedrooms (though four of them are quite small), three bathrooms, and an expansive garden. Features include the original winding staircase, crown moldings, bay windows, and exposed brick. Asking price is $2.85 million.
354 Sackett Street: This lovely multi-family home is simple yet elegant. Located within Carroll Gardens, the brownstone has seven bedrooms ranging in sizes from super small to relatively large and three bathrooms and features original moldings, tin ceilings, fireplace mantles, and hardwood floors. There’s also a laundry room, den, and spacious backyard. Asking price is $3.299 million.
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