This week, we're taking a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago and checking in on how they fared on the market.
Jazz-era details and unusual features such as solid-marble tubs and bike closets got readers’ attention this week.
Our most viewed listings included a spacious townhouse in Bed Stuy, a ’30s-era apartment in Manhattan’s Inwood neighborhood, and a Park Slope one-bedroom with large archways and high ceilings in close proximity to Prospect Park.
Which would you choose?
This 1878 Crown Heights brownstone designed by noted architect Amzi Hill is graceful and quite lovely, with plenty of original detail and modern updates.