Top 5 Stories on Brownstoner This Week: Hunting for Brooklyn Real Estate

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    Brooklyn Real Estate Six Months Later: Two Sold, Two in Contract

    We’re fully in the holiday season, but things don’t change around here: 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, Park Slope, Bed Stuy and Crown Heights.

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    Open House Picks: A Rare Carriage House in Clinton Hill and Three Others to See

    As we head into the Christmas season, there are promising properties to see for yourself even if, as we suspect, your gift budget doesn’t include buying a house for a friend or relative.

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    Barrel-Fronted Limestone With Details, Updates on Bay Ridge Doctors’ Row Asks $1.499 Million

    This renovated Bay Ridge barrel-fronted limestone row house built around 1900 has details to spare — maybe too many. The dining room has a dizzying array of bracketed wainscoting, coffered ceiling and built-in shelves.

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    Two-Bedroom, Two-Bath Condo in Enrique Norten-Designed Park Slope Building Asks $1.195 Million

    Here’s a striking yet challenging two-bedroom, two-bath condo in Park Slope. Designed by renowned architect Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos in 2009, the 17-unit 580 Carroll Street is, like Richard Meier’s On Prospect Park, a rare signature building in a neighborhood known for brownstones.

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    Three-Bedroom With Mantels, Dishwasher in Park Slope Neo-Grec Brownstone Wants $3,300

    This five-room place in a Neo-Grec Park Slope brownstone could make a sweet setup for a couple or small family if they can swing the monthly rent. The floor-through might even work for two or three roommates, depending on how much privacy and space they require.

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