Three of our open house picks — in Boerum Hill, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and Cypress Hills — are in move-in condition and one, in Bed Stuy, is a fixer-upper. They range from painstakingly staged to as-is, with asks from $3.4 million to $859,000. All have appealing historic detail.
The three-story landmarked 1850s brick townhouse at 190 Warren Street belonged to the late Magnum photographer Charles Harbutt, who covered, among other things, the Cuban revolution, and whose photos illustrate the 1969 Plan for New York City.
Once again, we’re going back and taking a look at four of our featured listings from six months ago. This week, we have homes in Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a renovated brownstone in Bed Stuy, a World War II-era co-op in Clinton Hill and a brick house in Greenwood Heights.
Along a busy street under the elevated train tracks in Bushwick that’s teeming with new development, one building, in particular, stands out for the bizarre way it dominates the corner.
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