Three More Neo-Georgian Townhouses Hit the Market in Gowanus


The remaining three “Four on Degraw” townhouses from developer H Holding Group are now up for sale, with an ask of $4,999,000 each. The first townhouse, No. 451, hit the market in April 2014 asking $1,000,000 less and is in contract.

Part of the Brooklyn new-construction townhouse trend, the residences are neo-Georgian on the outside and contemporary (and very luxurious) on the inside. The architect is Gerald J. Caliendo, who has designed quite a few midrange apartment buildings in Brooklyn.

Each single-family townhouse has 3,800 square feet of space and a parlor floor living room with a huge opening to the rear garden. The open plan kitchens feature Calacatta marble countertops and high-end appliances, including built-in wine refrigerators.

Each has four bedrooms, 4.5 baths and a roof deck. The addresses are 449, 451a and 453 Degraw Street. Curbed was first to mention the new listings.

What do you think of the design and the $1,000,000 price increase?

451a Degraw Street [Corcoran] GMAP
Neo-Traditional Townhouses Launch Sales on Degraw Street [Brownstoner]
Interior rendering by Corcoran; exterior rendering by Gerald J. Caliendo; exterior photo by Google Maps



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