It has officially become impossible to keep track of all the $3+ million Brooklyn townhouses that have been springing up like mushrooms, or daisies, or other things that spring up all of a sudden because the mushroom/daisy markets have reached their probable apex and everybody who owns a mushroom or daisy simultaneously decides it's time to cash in. There's this place! And this place! This place is already in contract! Rag & Bone's cofounder paid $6.75 million for this place! And with all that in mind, we bring you the ten most expensive Brooklyn townhouses on the market right now [edit: that have come on the market in 2013] (somewhat surprisingly, mostly clumped in Boerum and Cobble Hills), all consolidated into one Brooklyn Townhouse Heatmap. Enjoy.
330 Bond Street
Neighborhood: Carroll Gardens
No interior photos available for this one, mostly because the interiors aren't done yet, but according to the brokerbabble it's a newly-constructed imitation of a classic brownstone, which means that it includes "state of the art heating, electric, video intercom and surveillance, cable, phone, internet, fiber optics, air conditioning & central Vac throughout," and also various design elements that you have to choose yourself. Beth Kugel and Kris Sylvester of Halstead Property
Thursday, March 07, 2013