tuscanhook.jpgWhy spend all your green on a villa in tired 'ol Tuscany when you can just move to Red Hook? Your commute would be about the same, but your digs would be one of a kind in the industrial neighborhood. The Brooklyn Eagle reports on "a new development with five single-family townhouses, each with its own private garage" and roof terraces, located at 91, 93, 95, 97 and 99 King Street. The project is being spearheaded by Gino Vitale of Vitale Builders, who is crafting the residences using a one-story garage as the base. He tells the paper: “I was actually in Tuscany and driving through the countryside to Florence and I kept seeing these old carriage houses and thought they would be great in Red Hook." If you want your own little piece of Italy in Brooklyn, you can plan on shelling out around $750,000 to $1.3 million. They'll be complete within the next three weeks, and then Vitale plans to build 20 more similar homes.