This Rare Townhouse in Downtown Brooklyn With Outdoor Space Can Be Yours for $3,228,800

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Built in the 19th century, this 22-foot-wide single-family townhouse in Downtown Brooklyn — one of the few townhouses currently on the market in the neighborhood dominated by rentals and condos — has an abundance of modern interior touches and multiple outdoor spaces. Located at 173 Concord Street, it’s at the nexus of multiple neighborhoods, including Brooklyn Heights, Vinegar Hill and Dumbo, and a short walk from the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

It also has a brand new facade, which gives it attractive curbside appeal. A wraparound patio and backyard, along with the roof deck, means that there’s an enviable amount of outdoor space to stretch your legs. And with five bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths, the very large house offers a lot of space to spread out over its three floors.

Spacious living and dining areas on the first floor are centered around an attractive gas fireplace. The desirable chef’s kitchen is filled with amenities and has a large island with its own sink that is capable of seating six, made of the same quartz as the rest of the countertops. Handsome European cabinetry lines one wall of the kitchen, along with Miele stainless steel appliances including a vented gas cooktop, wall oven, microwave drawer and dishwasher. The kitchen area opens up to the backyard for convenient al fresco dining.

The two upper floors contain enough sleeping and storage space for a very large family. There are three bedrooms on the second floor; one has its own en suite bathroom, the other two share a full bath. There is also a laundry room on this floor with a utility sink.

On the floor above you’ll find a smaller bedroom with its own bath that is perfect for a home office. The master bedroom on the same floor is huge and has a large walk-in closet that leads to a luxurious en suite bathroom replete with double vanity, a free-standing soaking tub and a bidet.

The roof is finished and includes a storage area in addition to great views. The finished basement, which is quite roomy, is perfect for a home theater, personal gym or recreation room. .

Listed by Adam Sadel and Joshua Golan of Compass, the townhouse is asking $3,228,800 with $811.25 in taxes per month.

[Listing: 173 Concord Street | Broker: Compass] GMAP

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