The first installment of This Olde House’s first foray into Brooklyn airs tonight, giving viewers a close-up look at the renovation of a three-family brownstone in Prospect Heights. My first thought was, what took you so long? said or Charles Lockwood, author of Bricks and Brownstone. In addition to the media attention, the owners are getting hooked up with Andersen windows and Kohler fixtures in addition to the free advice from the likes of Norm Abram.
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