Townhouses

  • Rooftop Deck: 301 Beacon Street, Boston, MA

    On the market near HGTV Urban Oasis 2013: a renovated 1890 townhouse with an amazing rooftop deck.   See the Image

  • Central Harlem Brownstone

    We love hearing stories about longtime residents of gentrifying neighborhoods who refuse to sell their homes — even if they stand to make millions. That's why this article in the New York Daily News…   Read the Article

  • Central Harlem Brownstone

    Published 08/29/13 in Houses
    Central Harlem Brownstone

    This four-story, five-bedroom brownstone in Central Harlem is listed at $1,899,000. Down the street, longtime resident Joseph Wardally refuses to sell his brownstone, for which he paid $85,000.   See the Image

  • NYC Terraces 23 Downing St

    Published 08/16/13 in Houses
    NYC Terraces 23 Downing St

    The serene terrace at this Greenwich Village townhouse could probably double as a yoga or meditation spot. Thanks to the clean wood design, the enclosed space feels intimate rather than…   See the Image

  • Hal Prince NYC Townhouse

    We've been watching Broadway legend Hal Prince's Upper East Side townhouse ever since we first laid eyes on the listing photos earlier this year. The home has a lot of personality, which you have to…   Read the Article

  • Hal Prince NYC Townhouse

    Published 08/08/13 in Houses
    Hal Prince NYC Townhouse

    Broadway producer and director Hal Prince put his townhouse on the market back in November. The living room sure has a theatrical flair.   See the Image

  • NYC $3.25M Townhouse Long Island City

    Brooklyn neighborhoods tend to get all the attention when it comes to landmark townhouse sales, but this week the focus is on Long Island City. A townhouse at 531 51st Avenue hit the market in April…   Read the Article

  • NYC $3.25M Townhouse Long Island City

    This triplex is one of two units in a $3.25 million Long Island City townhouse that just went under contract. It could become the neighborhood's most expensive townhouse.   See the Image

  • Askew Lombard Street

    When you set the camera level and shoot these houses as they would appear if they weren't on super-steep hills, the rogue spirit of the original settlers becomes abundantly clear.   See the Gallery

  • A Cockeyed Painted Lady

    Published 07/17/13 in Places
    A Cockeyed Painted Lady

    The foundations of these homes are often made of reinforced concrete to satisfy some pretty touchy building codes (remember, this is also earthquake country).    See the Image