Here’s a one-family brick row house at 25 Howard Place in Windsor Terrace that’s close to Prospect Park. Overall, we love the Arts and Crafts interior, though we’re slightly mystified by the use of bathroom towel bars in the kitchen. Maybe this was a re-do of an earlier tiled kitchen? Shoulder-high subway tile with a contrast border was common in teens kitchens. The listing says the house was built in the 1920s, but we suspect it could be slightly older. At $1,400,000, is it well priced?
25 Howard Place [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark
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