After a long stint on the market, one of Brooklyn’s most beloved homes has entered contract. Located at 280 Washington Avenue in the Clinton Hill Historic District, the Queen Anne brownstone is referred to as the Pfizer Mansion, and has a colorful history.
Our picks for open houses last weekend included a detached house with a garage in South Midwood and a three-family in Bay Ridge. Found in Park Slope, South Midwood and Bay Ridge, they range in price from $1.55 to $4.95 million.
This home in the Crown Heights North Historic District looks to be another fine example of the work of prolific architect Axel Hedman, who designed hundreds of Brooklyn row houses including many on this stretch of Prospect Place. The interior is rich with woodwork including a pier mirror, fretwork, built-ins, pocket doors and mantels.
With wood floors, a marble mantel and a wood-burning fireplace, this Park Slope two-bedroom has numerous charms to offer. The no-fee rental is on the top floor of an Italianate brownstone in the Park Slope Historic District.
This striking Queen Anne in Crown Heights has an impressive exterior, nice original details and a slightly awkward layout. Located on Dean Street in the Crown Heights North Historic District, the two-family has wood floors, pocket doors, a pier mirror, stained glass and mantels.
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