Brooklyn Row House Tour

Let’s take a trip to the city and tour a Brooklyn Row House. If I ever lived in the city I thought it’d be fun to live in a row house on a pretty shaded street.

Brooklyn Brick Row HousePhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

Inside you’ll find a charming white kitchen with country style.

Country Style White Kitchen in Row HousePhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

White cabinets, dark counter tops, and dark diamond inserts in the white tile floor create a classic and appealing look.

Country Style White Kitchen in Row HousePhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

There’s plenty of natural light despite the fact that homes are close together on the streets of Brooklyn.

Country Style White Kitchen in Row HousePhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

The living room has a fresh, uncluttered look with a fun pendant light overhead.

Modern Country Living RoomPhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

A gorgeous marble fireplace provides eye candy inside the Brooklyn row house.

Marble Fireplace in Brooklyn Row HousePhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

Beautiful wood floors run throughout the Brooklyn row house, starting with the entryway.

Traditional Staircase in Row House EntrywayPhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

The stairway is truly amazing!

Traditional Staircase in Row House EntrywayPhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

Warm wood floors continue upstairs in the bedrooms. 

Modern Country Bedroom in New York Row HousePhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

A child’s room has a charming tree mural on the wall.

Children's Bedroom with Tree MuralPhoto by Bonaventura Architect

 

I’ve always day dreamed about living in a city row house. I know I’d grow weary of the traffic and congestion, but a girl can dream.

Brooklyn Brick Row HousePhoto by Bonaventura Architect

You can see more of today’s Brooklyn row house by Bonaventura Architect over at Houzz.

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  1. Christiane Lavoie says:

    I use to live in a row house which I loved for 16 years. Then, we moved. Life goes on.

  2. Being a small town girl, I’ve always dreamed of a row house too, with trees lining the street, the neighborly steps and porch outside the front door, twin flower pots and the black wrought-iron fence. This one, however, is a little stark in its decor for me. I would warm it up quite a bit. But the bones are definitely there and the stairway, the hardwoods and the kitchen are amazing.

  3. Well, I’m a country girl. So, I’ve never wanted to live in a row house, but I enjoyed visiting my daughter’s row house in DC and my brother’s in London. They were great places to visit. The thing that surprises me is there are no drapes on any of the windows. I don’t have many drapes in my house in the country, but I can’t believe they have no drapes living in the city.

  4. Marlene Stephenson says:

    I agree i would like to just spend a little time in one and this one is a real lovely example of these old buildings. Lovely wood floors and fireplaces and a wonderful kitchen. Just give me a month in one for an unforgetable memory.

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