Readers must be planning to spend the winter dreaming of backyard renovations as this February story from the Brownstone Boys is popular again this week.
One of Bushwick’s architectural gems will soon face the wrecking ball. Demolition permits were spotted outside the Charles Lindemann House, located at 1001 Bushwick Avenue, a large Queen Anne home at the corner of Grove Street. Bushwick Daily was the first to report the news.
This prewar co-op in a walkup building close to Prospect Park has high ceilings, French doors and other prewar details, along with a flexible layout that offers either a second bedroom, dining room or home office. It’s one of six units in 233 Prospect Place, which sits on the corner of Vanderbilt Avenue in the Prospect Heights Historic District.
All four of our open house picks from last weekend have a rare Brooklyn amenity: parking — something that has never been true before of all four of our open house picks at once. As well, all four homes are in move-in condition and each has singular features and inspired updates that make them desirable. Found in Park Slope, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Clinton Hill and Ditmas Park, they range in price from $2.4 million to $4.65 million.
With multiple marble mantels, wainscoting and a pier mirror, this 1870s Neo-Grec has some appealing period details while also presenting the opportunity for injecting some modern style. In Bed Stuy, the two-story house is located within the historic district at 410 Macon Street.
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