107 3rd Street is a LEED-certified Platinum condo with backyard that is a townhouse alternative at the intersection of Carroll Gardens and Gowanus.
This sweet Windsor Terrace House has four bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, a well-planted garden, and a ground-floor studio apartment with a separate entrance.
Located on the top-floor of a brand new Bed Stuy elevator building, the apartment is sunny, spacious, and fully equipped with a full suite of amenities and a great location.
This three-story Mill Basin château includes such opulent features as a fireplace with a marble mantel, a heated swimming pool and custom-made mahogany walk-in closets.
Situated on a tree-lined Midwood block, this two-story home combines the best parts of urban and suburban living.
Nestled in a row of turn-of-the-century brownstones in the newly designated Bedford Historic District, this lovingly restored, four-story townhouse offers a mix of original details and modern amenities.
This condo is part of The Waterfalls in Ditmas Park. The condo features a private terrace, laundry, and large bedrooms. There is also a private courtyard.
This four-story, four-family Carroll Gardens townhouse at 160 Carroll Street features a large backyard garden with a finished patio.
The townhouse is currently configured as four rental apartments but is architect-ready to become a four-story single family home or a combination home and rental. Each floor has a living room, dining room, kitchen, and bathroom. The fourth floor is a one-bedroom plus home office and has access to the roof. The third floor is a two-bedroom, and the second floor and garden level are each a one-bedroom. The garden level also includes storage.
This townhouse is on a beautiful tree-lined street full of brownstones. Carroll Park is just down the street, and many restaurants, cafes, and stores can be found along Smith Street. The F and G trains at Carroll Street are blocks away.
The ask is $3.745 million. Click through for more photos and renderings.
This two-bedroom, two bath condo is part of Clermont Greene, a luxury 74-unit condo building in Fort Greene.
The condo features nine-foot ceilings, Brazilian teak floors, and large windows. The bedrooms are on opposite sides of the apartment, and the master bedroom has its own separate bathroom with both a bathtub and a huge stand-up shower. The kitchen has new appliances, including a dishwasher and built-in microwave, and the unit comes with its own washer and dryer. The apartment has a private storage unit, and a deeded parking space in the building’s garage is available.
The building is full of great amenities such as a WiFi-enabled exercise room, a parking garage, and individual bike racks for each apartment. There is a beautiful interior courtyard with a fountain and reflecting pool. Each of the twin buildings has its own common roof deck with spectacular views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines, the East River, and the Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges.
The area is full of coffee shops, restaurants, and bars. Fort Greene Park is only a few blocks away, and there are two playgrounds nearby.
The ask is $1,195,000 with monthly maintenance and common charges of $860. Click through for more photos.
This two-family prewar townhouse at 227 Bergen Street is located on a tree-lined street full of classic architecture in Boerum Hill. Buyers have the option to either live in the upper triplex and rent out the newly renovated garden apartment and basement rec room for extra monthly income, or remodel the townhouse to a large single-family home and enjoy a deck and private rear yard.
The garden floor is a one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath apartment with a spacious eat-in kitchen and a wall of glass looking over the backyard. The parlor floor features a period living room, large terrace and an eat-in-kitchen with lots of counter space, built-in microwave, and dishwasher. The upper triplex has five bedrooms and two full baths as well as a washer and dryer. The house has a brand new boiler, updated electrical and plumbing, and a solid foundation for building up or out.