Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: From 19th Century Details to Modern Construction

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    This week’s most popular listings were quite a mix of architectural styles, construction dates and neighborhoods. Readers were drawn to everything from an 1850s transitional Greek Revival-Italianate style house in Fort Greene to a Windsor Terrace condo constructed in 2005.

    While there were a couple of listings in Bed Stuy each of the other popular listings was in a different Brooklyn neighborhood, from Cobble Hill to Bushwick. Most of the listings hovered near or above the million dollar mark, but a modest house in East Flatbush was the exception with a price of $479,000. Once again, the most expensive was a Prospect Heights Renaissance Revival limestone at $3.8 million — readers have kept this one on the top 10 for weeks.

    Which would you choose?

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