Top 5 Stories on Brownstoner This Week: An Artist Brings a Bed Stuy Townhouse to Life


    Grand Park Slope Brownstone Lush With Unpainted Woodwork, Mantels Asks $6.25 Million

    This imposing manse just steps away from Prospect Park has a surfeit of the details one would expect from an 1880s Park Slope brownstone. Its treasures include mantels, pocket doors, moldings, plaster medallions, a pier mirror and stained glass.

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    Three Brownstones and a Queen Anne to See in Bed Stuy This Weekend, Starting at $1.895 Million

    All of our open house picks last week were in Bedford Stuyvesant (which coincidentally was recently named the number four “coolest” neighborhood in the world by TimeOut). They are fairly dripping with details, as one expects in this locale, and all have modern updates as well. They range in price from $1.895 million to $2.8 million.

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    Intact Prospect Heights Brownstone With Mantels, Stained Glass, Marble Sinks Asks $3.595 Million

    Here’s an opportunity to become just the third owner of a Prospect Heights row house that has a wealth of original details sure to appeal to a true brownstone aficionado. Located within the Prospect Heights Historic District, it’s one of row built in 1901 on a stretch of Sterling Place between Underhill and Washington Avenues.

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    Photo by David A. Land

    Going Back Home: Artist Paul Sue-Pat Brings Life to a Bed Stuy Townhouse

    In both work and life, creativity is at the forefront for Paul Sue-Pat. And to bring that creativity forward, he needed to find a place that matched his new conception of home. When he first looked at the row house, a fire had destroyed large parts of the interior. A lot of work needed to be done. “It was empty; there was nothing here,” Sue-Pat said. “I had the feeling that it needed somebody to love it.”

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    Parlor Floor Duplex With Wood Burning Fireplace in Cobble Hill Greek Revival Asks $1.6 Million

    This apartment in an 1840s row house Cobble Hill offers two floors of space as well as a stylish reno. Just a block away from the shops and amenities of Court Street, 314 Clinton Street is located in the Cobble Hill Historic District.

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