This week we're looking at stunning homes in Park Slope, Bed-Stuy, and more, asking from $1.3 million to $5 million
↑The listing description for this two-family Park Slope townhouse calls the space "warm and inviting," a description that we can agree with. The 19th-century home offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and is filled with many charming details like several decorative fireplaces, a clawfoot tub, and landscaped backyard. Asking price is $2.795 million.
↑A semi-detached townhouse in Windsor Terrace is asking $1.295 million. The single-family residence comes with bay windows, arched entryways, two skylights, and a heated garage. It’s also just a short distance away from Prospect Park and the F and G trains.
↑In Bed-Stuy, a five-bedroom, four-bathroom home, said to have once housed the Timothy Thomas Fortune family, has hit the market asking $2.3 million. The lovely Queen Anne-style house has the capacity to serve as a multi-family unit or an expansive single-family space. Original stained glass, wainscoting, crown moldings, and ornate wall plastering are among the home’s classic details.
↑Another multi-family townhouse in Bed-Stuy offers a total of six bedrooms and four bathrooms for an asking price of $1.695 million. The pre-war brownstone spans across 2,900 square feet and includes original decorative fireplaces, a huge eat-in kitchen, marble-clad bathrooms, and a 940-square-foot backyard.
↑Back in Bed-Stuy yet again, this lovely townhouse is full of classic charm. The four-bedroom home has undergone a gut renovation but its decorative mantles have been preserved while new components like the open kitchen, marble bathrooms, and central heat and air conditioning have been introduced. Floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed brick, a skylight, and ten-foot ceilings are also some of the notable amenities. Asking price is $1.379 million.
↑This massive 5,500-square-foot Fort Greene townhouse needs a lot of work. While the stately Italianate home shows massive signs of wear and tear, the dated space possesses so much original detail, it’s hard to pass it up. There are soaring ceilings, bay windows, ornate plastering, pocket doors, functioning fireplaces, beamed ceilings, a skylight, and so much more scattered throughout the $5 million six-bedroom abode.