Greenpoint

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When vinyl-siding mania swept through parts of Brooklyn in the years after World War II, few resisted the call. One who did was the owner of this modest Greenpoint row house that retained its brick facade into the 21st century, attracting the attention of a creative couple after an exhaustive two-year search for a family home. They bought the house in 2011 and hired Noroof Architects to shepherd it through a gut renovation.