The listing for this 6-bedroom Brooklyn Heights townhouse describes it as an “important American home” and that’s not an overstatement. Built in 1846, the townhouse combines gorgeous period details (7 fireplaces!), super luxurious updates and unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline. Owning something of this importance will cost you a not insignificant $7.75 million.
This 6-bedroom Park Slope townhouse has all the nuts and bolts of a classic Brooklyn brownstone. New additions including a modern eat-in kitchen and that glorious skylight in the stairway to keep things light and airy. The asking price, however, is a serious $3.945 million.
Can’t decide between a loft and a townhouse? You can get both at this super-wide 5-bedroom townhouse in Chelsea. It’s got the bones of a townhouse and the look and feel of a loft. Listed for $6.8 million, the price of this townhouse is pretty lofty too.
Sure, the four floors of living space, historic charm and immaculate design in this 6-bedroom Brooklyn Heights townhouse are nice, but looking at that gorgeous cherry tree in full bloom every morning with a cup of coffee? Priceless. Well, actually not true. The view, and the townhouse, will cost you $7.995 million.
With walls the color of gemstones, gold accents and plenty of marble, this sprawling Carroll Gardens townhouse really knows how to deliver drama with great effect. The parlor floor living room is Edith Wharton meets the Alhambra and we are loving it. Listed for $4.775 million, the price is pretty up there too.
This 5-story brownstone close to Central Park West is about as classic as they come. Stacked with 8 bedrooms, 3 wood-burning fireplaces, an oversized stoop and meticulously maintained historic details, this brownstone is asking $12.5 million. For a piece of NYC history in this part of town, that’s about right.
At this picture perfect $8.15 million West Village townhouse, the master bathroom is the size of most people’s entire apartment. And with those lovely shuttered windows, a chandelier and Jacuzzi, it’s just about the classiest bathroom we’ve ever seen.
There is something gorgeous to ogle everywhere you look at this West Village townhouse. With lacquered walls, fine art on the display, marble slabs on every surface and carefully curated curios all over the place, it’s a feast for the eyes. Listed for $8.995 million, you’ll need a rich bank account to back up your appetite for this rich design.
The kids’ bedroom in this $5.95 million townhouse in Carnegie Hill trades in the typical bunk-bed set-up for two queen size beds. But with 4,000+ square feet of living space and 5 bedrooms, the place has plenty of room to spare.
Rounding out the list of townhouse eye candy, here we have a quintessential Carnegie Hill gem, offering 4 bedrooms, 6 fireplaces and just about the classiest parlor and terrace situation we’ve seen. This gem will cost you $5.995 million. — Hey, why not like StreetEasy on Facebook and follow @streeteasy on Instagram?