Top 5 Stories on Brownstoner This Week: A Brooklyn Heights Mansion Sets a Sales Record


    Co-op in Former Brooklyn Heights Church With Fireplace, Private Terrace Asks $1.995 Million

    With soaring ceilings, stained glass windows and multiple levels of living space this Brooklyn Heights apartment certainly doesn’t have a cookie-cutter interior. The Gothic Revival style flourishes are thanks to its location inside a converted 19th century church at 99 Clinton Street.

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    Sale of Brownstone Mansion on Brooklyn Heights Promenade Sets Borough Record at $25.5 Million

    On Christmas Eve, a pricey brownstone in Brooklyn Heights set a new sales record for the borough. Property records show that a five-story mansion located at 8 Montague Terrace and overlooking the Brooklyn Heights Promenade sold for $25.5 million on December 24.

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    Bed Stuy Brownstone in Need of Work With Pier Mirror, Mantels Asks $1.795 Million

    It needs a bit of a polish but this 1890s Bed Stuy row house offers remarkably intact details such as plasterwork, mantels, a pier mirror and wainscoting.

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    Clinton Hill Romanesque Revival Row House With Mantels, Stained Glass Asks $4.25 Million

    In true 1890s style, this Romanesque Revival row house makes a grand curbside impression and the interior doesn’t stint on original detail, including mantels, wood floors, wainscoting, a stained glass skylight and an impressive central stair. The two-family also offers some modern touches, with more recent renovations to its kitchens and baths.

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    Modern Condos to Replace Long-Crumbling Storefront on Prominent Bed Stuy Corner

    Back in August 2019, a distinctive, long-decaying building in Bed Stuy was suddenly demolished, with plans calling for a seven-story building with 40 residences. Now, over a year later, renderings for that building have been released.

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