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Between the Village Halloween Parade, private parties being held at restaurants, bars, and clubs in every borough, and scary haunted houses, there seems to be no shortage of ways to celebrate the spookiest night of the year in New York. However, it would seem that those who would prefer their festivities more low-key are more limited. Where can people display their carved pumpkins or welcome trick-or-treaters in style? Look no further than these townhouses and maisonettes throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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171 East 73rd Street
171 East 73rd Street Lenox Hill
133 West 131st Street
133 West 131st Street Harlem
166 East 81st Street
166 East 81st Street Carnegie Hill
136 West 13th Street
136 West 13th Street Greenwich Village
Great Greenwich Village Home
136-West-13th-Street-1 All images of 136 West 13th Street via Compass
136-West-13th-Street-2 Living room
136-West-13th-Street-3 Kitchen
Impeccably designed duplex is reached via private entrance, and a stunning foyer leads to a truly Great Room with 11' ceilings and oversized windows looking out on a tree-lined street. The rustic-chic kitchen features custom cabinetry, stone countertops, exposed brick, and high-end appliances. The master suite overlooks the back garden and is rich in closet space. See floor plan and full details here.

Perfection in Park Slope
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793-Carroll-Street-3 Master bedroom
Neo-Classical townhouse dates back to 1902 and features south-facing curved bay windows, soaring ceilings, grand proportions, high ceilings, parquet floors, and grand prewar details. However, the garden-level chef's kitchen has been updated with top-of-the-line appliances. It also leads to a landscaped private terrace. See floor plan and full details here.

Lenox Hill Luxury
171-East-73rd-Street-1 All images of 171 East 73rd Street via Sotheby's
171-East-73rd-Street-2 Living room
171-East-73rd-Street-3 Kitchen
This exceptionally designed townhouse underwent a full renovation a few years ago, though not at the expense of the cast iron veranda or architectural details that complement neighboring 19th century carriage houses. A north-facing terrace has been pre-designed to support the installation of a Jacuzzi, and the lower level offers a screening room, gym, and climate-controlled wine cellar. Additional features include a grand entrance foyer, enormous eat-in kitchen, massive living/dining room, and full-floor master suite. See floor plan and full details here.

A Clinton Hill Classic
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378-Greene-Avenue-2 Parlor
378-Greene-Avenue-3 Kitchen
Following a meticulous renovation, this beautiful Brooklyn townhouse combines restored architectural details with modern finishes to make a dream home. The garden level is currently being used as an owner's duplex with handsome millwork, ornate medallions, grand entrance gallery, gut-renovated kitchen, and private garden. The second-floor apartment is in excellent condition and boasts skylights and ample closet space. See floor plan and full details here.

Hauntingly Beautiful Harlem House
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133-West-131st-Street-1 All images of 133 West 131st Street via Compass
133-West-131st-Street-2 Living/dining room
133-West-131st-Street-3 Bedroom
A high stoop with ornate ironwork leads to the front door of this 19th century townhouse, and the door opens to a beautifully preserved parlor with double-height carved pocket doors, soaring ceilings, inlaid parquet floors, original mirrors, and ornately carved fireplace. The garden floor's kitchen boasts original tin ceilings, antique stove, and 800-square-foot private garden. Upstairs, the third floor's expansive space and fireplace make it ideal for a master suite. See floor plan and full details here.

Bewitching in Brooklyn Heights
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9-Monroe-Place-2 Living room
9-Monroe-Place-3 Private garden
Garden-level duplex is situated in a mid-19th century brick townhouse on one of Brooklyn's most beautiful blocks. A beautifully restored stoop is flanked by exquisite cast-iron railings, and the front door opens to a wainscoted lobby with coffered ceiling and rich architectural details. The parlor has soaring ceilings and a working fireplace, and the chef's kitchen opens up to a private garden. See floor plan and full details here.

Terrific Townhouse
234-Clinton-Street-1 All images of 234 Clinton Street via Compass
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234-Clinton-Street-3 Dining room
Magnificent Cobble Hill townhouse was built circa 1884 and has been reconfigured into a four-story quadruplex over a two-bedroom garden rental/guest suite. Upon entering, the grand parlor floor boasts 12' ceilings, transom windows with stained glass designs, striking newel post on the staircase, plaster details, and original oak floors with mahogany inlay. The dining room is large enough to seat a dozen or more and situated just off a renovated kitchen with high-end appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

Upper East Side Excellence
166-East-81st-Street-1 All images of 166 East 81st Street via Compass
166-East-81st-Street-2 Formal dining room
166-East-81st-Street-3 Bedroom
In a prime uptown location, two back-to-back townhouses are connected by a 75' garden with gorgeous landscaping and a heated outdoor plunge pool. Interiors feature soaring ceilings, walls of windows, wood-burning fireplaces, state-of-the-art kitchens, and private terraces. The living rooms connect to the garden for seamless indoor/outdoor living. See floor plan and full details here.

Cobble Hill Charm
339-Clinton-Street-1 All images of 339 Clinton Street via Compass
339-Clinton-Street-2 Living room
339-Clinton-Street-3 Private garden
Beautifully preserved Italianate brownstone boasts high stoop and decorative carvings on the outside. Inside, prewar details abound with original marble mantels, banisters, hardwood floors, moldings, and hardware. It is currently configured as two duplexes and one garden apartment, but can be transformed into a magnificent single-family home. See floor plan and full details here.
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