It’s back on. Now that we’re past Labor Day, there are lots of fabulous new listings in brownstone Brooklyn. Take this three-family on a park block at 278 Garfield Place in Park Slope. Built in 1910 by regional builders the Cohen Brothers, the four-story brownstone includes a paneled dining room with unusual fireplace and stained glass and a marble kitchen in the owner’s triplex. Two rentals take up the top floor, and the entire building has updated mechanicals and central air. Think the asking price of $2.5 million is reasonable?
278 Garfield Place [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark
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