In most cases, the beautifully renovated dream townhouse is not the sort of dwelling you’d find in prime (or any) Williamsburg, but rather in historic brownstone ‘hoods like Park Slope, Cobble Hill, Bed-Stuy or Crown Heights. Housing options in the ‘burg, though pricey, are limited mostly to sleek new condos or nouveau lofts, with a few old-school converted warehouses, low-lying garages and smaller wood-frame houses. And the few row houses that exist have been split up, often rather unattractively, into many apartments.
But this little unicorn at 338 Metropolitan Avenue, on the market for $3 million, puts you in the cool north Brooklyn zip code while getting to live your multi-storied townhouse dreams, complete with patio, skylight, amazing kitchen and creative play space. Since this isn’t a landmarked block, you even get to paint the house a cute color with cool contrasting details. In this case the fire-engine red facade matches the fire/EMT station next door.