In the past few years, the rise of Brooklyn and its cool appeal to families, businesses and startups has made the popular borough a hot real estate market for home buyers. From amazing culinary experiences to becoming a manufacturing mecca to the home of Jay-Z and Beyonce, Brooklyn is officially in the house.
So what can you get for a seven-figure price tag? Let’s take a tour of the most notable townhouses on the Brooklyn market.
This 5,200 square foot home that you see above is located in Fort Greene. Despite some modern improvements, this home was built in 1875. The beautiful home includes eight bedrooms and five bathrooms that are spread out across six floors. It will take all day to list all of the details that can be found here. But, some that stick out right away are the wooden floors, exposed brick walls, and the wooden wraparound staircase.
The asking price for this Fort Green home is $4.95 million.
This Carroll Gardens home above is listed for $3.3 million.
It was built in 1901, but with the contemporary renovations, it blends modern convenience with traditional details perfectly. It includes beautiful wallcoverings that blend in with every small detail in such an amazing way.
The townhouse includes four bedrooms, storage space, a basement and 2.5 bathrooms. The high ceilings allow for a higher air quality and lots of space for decoration.
Above Bed-Stuy is asking price of $1.695 million
If you are looking for a lot of original custom finishes in a home, then this bay fronted townhouse in Bed-Stuy is the right place for you and your family. Spread across four floors you can find, 2.5 bathrooms, three bedrooms and five very decorative fireplaces.
Some of the details include skylights, pier mirrors, and wainscoting. But, the wallcoverings make the biggest impression by far. Their Persian style captivates anyone who looks at them in this 19th century home. They can be found in most of the rooms in the house and they just add to their beauty.
Asking price of $3.795 million
This home can perfectly accommodate three families. Built in 1901, the townhouse spans 4,600 square feet. It has three bathrooms and four bedrooms. You can find amazing details, such as the bay windows, cake moldings, and ornamented fireplaces. Plus, it has a huge backyard, perfect for anyone looking to spend a little time outside.
Those who want a modern look for a lesser price will find this home perfect. The 19th-century townhouse has an asking price of $1.34 million and a much more contemporary look. With white brick walls and high ceilings, it offers a lot of natural lighting.