↑In Bushwick, there is this two-family townhouse that comes with five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a floating staircase, two chef’s kitchens, and a backyard. Per the listing description, the home is being fully renovated ant the listing photos are renderings of what the home is expected to look like once the revamp is complete. Asking price is $1.55 million.
↑A four-bedroom home dating back to 1891 is asking $2.35 million in Park Slope. The Queen Anne-style townhouse was fully renovated in the 1990s and then partially renovated again last year and boasts a simple yet elegant design throughout. There are three bathrooms, two kitchens, a skylight, and an expansive backyard on hand. [Floorplan]
↑Another townhouse in Bushwick is seeking a new owner; this one is a five-bedroom home that is going for $1.3 million. It’s currently set up as a two-family but can be utilized as a single-family residence. Decorative fireplaces and a skylight are among the original details here while the rest of the space, including the kitchen and three bathrooms, have been given a more contemporary touch.
↑Settled between two smaller houses is this four-bedroom, three-bathroom home in Park Slope. The interiors of the home are small, encompassing just 1,440 square feet, but it has a decent layout overall and receives plenty of sunlight. Asking price is $1.2 million. [Floorplan]
↑A stately red brick townhouse along Conselyea Street in Williamsburg wants $2.78 million. The listing description states that the 19th -century abode has been owned by the same family for the past 98 years (whoa) and has retained much of its original charming, including fretwork, Frnech doors, crown molding, and decorative fireplaces. There is a total of four bedrooms and three 2.5 baths spread across 3,040 square feet of space. [Floorplan]