An affordable housing lottery has opened for 94 units in an 11-story building at 1620 Fulton Street (with an alternate address of 1612 Fulton) in Bed Stuy. The building bears the name The Garnet.
We all have that one Ikea piece of furniture that’s been with us a little too long. For us, it’s the Hemnes three-drawer that’s hiding in our guest bedroom. We decided it was time for a little DIY love makeover. This redo cost us under $50 and took us just a couple of days to complete! Now, we have a new “old” dresser.
It isn’t particularly spacious but this Park Slope one-bedroom does benefit from a private terrace that offers up a generous amount of outdoor space. There is also a rather fetching mix of 19th and 20th century details on the interior of this second floor unit, reflecting the history of the limestone row house in which it is located.
Located on a verdant stretch of Stuyvesant Avenue, this two-family limestone hasn’t changed hands since the 1960s and is overflowing with original, unpainted woodwork. There are mantels, wainscoting, columned partitions, a pier mirror and more. Within the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District, the house at 412 Stuyvesant Avenue is also on a block that has been given the honor of Greenest Block in Brooklyn, last winning the top honor in 2017.
Its columned facade was once a graceful sibling to the manse next door, but for decades the Colonial Revival on Ocean Avenue has been losing its luster. On the market in 2017 for $2.85 million, 1000 Ocean Avenue is back but with a new price of $1.5 million.
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