Top 5 Stories on Brownstoner This Week: Historic Images Released Online, Hiring an Architect

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    See What Your Home Once Looked Like With Newly Digitized 1940s Tax Photos

    In a major boon for researchers, New York City history aficionados and old building lovers, the New York City Department of Records & Information Services has released a treasure trove of visual material online.

    7302 ridge blvd

    Well Preserved Bay Ridge 1920s Dutch Colonial With Atomic Age Kitchen, Garage Asks $1.395

    Situated along the shores of southern Brooklyn, this 1923 fully detached Dutch colonial cottage at 7302 Ridge Boulevard really puts itself out there with a gambrel roof and a nicely tended garden on a corner lot.

    482 9th street

    Park Slope Neo-Grec Brownstone With Pastoral Mantel, Other Fancy Details Looks for $2.8 Million

    Located in the Park Slope Historic District Extension, the five-bedroom, 3.5-bath brownstone is part of a group of four houses, paired two by two.

    321 stuyvesant avenue

    Greenwood Heights Home With Garage and Three More to See This Weekend, Starting at $1.25 Million

    We’ve got four houses to see this weekend, all of which appear to be in move-in condition and all priced over $1 million.

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    Photos by Brownstone Boys

    Brownstone Boys Renovation Diary: How Much Should an Architect Cost?

    With the closing behind us and our dream of owning a Brooklyn brownstone a reality, we’re ready to transform it into our home!

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