Here’s an attractive Italianate brownstone with a thoughtful gut renovation that opens up the main living space, connecting the original details with modern additions. Designed by Gowanus-based Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design, known for renovations of historic townhouses, it’s located at 359 Bergen Street in the northern end of Park Slope.
Here’s a look at how four of our featured listings from six months ago fared on the market.
Highlights of this week’s open houses include a working wood-paneled sauna, a detached garage and a backyard studio, a thoroughly modern renovation, and original details aplenty. At least three, possibly all four of the homes, appear to be in move-in condition, though at least two could benefit from some refurbishing.
Here’s a looker of a four-story brownstone in the Park Slope Historic District that might be described as a “wood palace.” Located at 212 8th Avenue, it’s one of a row of Neo-Renaissance homes built by architect Jeremiah Gilligan, this one in 1894.
This condo in the Clinton Hill Historic District has some characteristics rarely found in New York City apartments: It’s a floor-through with a double-wide floor plate and three exposures. In other words, it’s got space and light.
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