Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: A Bishop’s Brownstone and a Pre-Civil War Wood-Frame


    This week, the top 10 listings on Brownstoner included the house of Brooklyn’s first Catholic bishop, a wood-frame house that dates from before the Civil War, and a carriage-style home in Red Hook.

    There were a few popular listings in Bed Stuy this week, with the rest scattered across the borough. The cheapest home on the list was a two-family in Sunset Park asking $1.4 million, and the most expensive was a Park Slope limestone asking $4.95 million.

    Which would you choose?

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