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While the exterior of this house is all picturesque 19th century charm, the interior received a complete overhaul by its artist owners, adding a dash of vintage and industrial style. The house on the market at 78 Spring Street is located just about a half mile from downtown Catskill, N.Y.
An unusual space that includes a vaulted ceiling, stained glass windows, skylights and a spiral staircase, this Fort Greene rental also comes with some intriguing history. The two-bedroom apartment is on the top floor of a former chapel turned condo building at 264 Cumberland Street.
Located in an Art Deco building in Ditmas Park, this co-op unit has some appealing vintage styling and a bonus room that could make for a fine home office. Its located on the third floor of 570 Newkirk Avenue.
Ablaze with the latest in electric lighting, in 1908 this Colonial Revival house drew in curious homebuyers looking to check out the latest neighborhood under construction in Flatbush.
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