townhouse at 334 Clinton St . in Cobble Hill is hard to miss. The five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath Queen Anne with a mansard roof was designed by architect James Naughton and built in 1850. It is listed for $4.95 million.
The house has hardwood floors, pocket doors, detailed woodwork, and an iron front gate.
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The house is four stories tall, and the lower two floors extend out. The parlor floor has a formal dining room, a living room, and a kitchen with a bay window overlooking the rear garden.
This level also has two marble fireplaces and a half bathroom. The listing does not offer a look at any of the bathrooms, which could be a red flag.
The second and third floors each have two bedrooms and a full bathroom, as well as walk-in closets.
The ground floor is currently set up as a home office, but the listing says it could be used as a separate studio for rent, and the floor plan shows that it has its own kitchen.
The house is on a quiet, tree-lined street, near a cornucopia of stores and restaurants on Court Street, Smith Street, and Atlantic Avenue. It's six blocks from the F and G trains at Bergen Street.