Townhouses of Cobble Hill living room

The Townhouses of Cobble Hill, which launched sales earlier this month, are the kind of homes you bring home to your mother: graceful, generously proportioned and designed by Adjmi & Andreoli.

Here are the top five reasons this townhouse project on 110-126 Congress Street is Brooklyn perfect:

1.) Fancy, fancy roots — The nine luxury townhouses by JMH Development and Madison Estates are composed of four revamped pre-Civil War, Greek Revival homes and five newly constructed homes. The residences have open floor plans, fireplaces and oversized casement windows to highlight the 19th-century-meets-modern-living aesthetic. Available units start at $3.65 million for a 3,462-square-foot three-bedroom and go up to $3.875 million for a 4,122-square-foot five-bedroom.

2.) Artisan-friendly kitchens — The eat-in kitchens are fitted with custom Italian cabinetry, Calacutta marble countertops, Sub-Zero refrigerators, Viking range and wine cooler, so you have the perfect setting for your next organic concoction.

Townhouses Cobble Hill kitchen

3.) Endlessly Zen bathrooms — For all your daily getaway needs, the master bathrooms have white marble floors, countertops and soaking tubs, with spacious steam showers and handmade subway tile walls.

Townhouses Cobble Hill bathroom

4.) Great outdoors and indoors — All units, which range in size from three-bedrooms to five-bedrooms, have wide-plan floors, laundry rooms and landscaped rear yards with Ipe fencing and stone patios. Some townhouses have private parking, while the individual rooftop terraces boast views of The East River and Manhattan.

Townhouses Cobble Hill rooftop

5.) A facade only a mother and father and everyone could love — go ahead, soak in that handsome exterior below. Then marinate in the distinctive floorplans here. We’ll wait.

Townhouses Cobble Hill exterior The Townhouses of Cobble Hill are a featured project on BuzzBuzzHome. Get more information about The Townhouses of Cobble Hill here.

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