Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: Federal Style in Brooklyn Heights, Prewar in Jackson Heights


    The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a Bed Stuy brownstone dripping with details, a concrete manse in the Hudson Valley and a modern revamp in Park Slope.

    Other popular listings include homes beyond Brooklyn this week, with listings in Queens and Ossining, N.Y. The least expensive of the group is a Sunset Park co-op at $700,000 and the most expensive is a Federal clapboard frame house in Brooklyn Heights at $4.995 million.

    Which would you choose?

    10. Here’s a two-bedroom duplex co-op with high ceilings and a smattering of original details. Located at 50 Sterling Place, it spans the parlor floor and garden level of a circa 1874 Italianate brownstone.

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    50 Sterling Place
    Price: $1.995 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Halstead (Rachel Wood, Scott Olsen)
    Park Slope Duplex Co-op With Stained Glass, Built-Ins, Arched Nook Asks $1.995 Million
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    9. This spacious two-family brownstone in Bed Stuy is a jaw-dropper that offers a motherlode of intact detail. Built in 1888 and designed by Axel Hedman, it’s located at 364 Jefferson Avenue.


    364 Jefferson Avenue
    Price: $2.75 million
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Corcoran (Karen and Kyle Talbott)
    Grand Renaissance Revival-Style Brownstone in Bed Stuy With Lavish Detail Asks $2.75 Million
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    8. It’s been known by more than a few names over the years and has had an equal number of uses. But by any name or use this house in Ossining, N.Y. has always been a bit unusual.

    36 south highland avenue

    36 South Highland Avenue
    Price: $965,000
    Area: Ossining, N.Y.
    Broker: William Raveis (Jean Cameron-Smith, Heather Bouza)
    Become the Squire of this Eclectic 19th Century Concrete Manse in Ossining
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    7. This three-bedroom co-op in Queens is in The Chateau, a neo-French Renaissance building in Jackson Heights completed in 1922. The complex includes 12 five- and six-story U-shaped buildings with a common landscaped garden.

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    34-21 80th Street #32
    Price: $850,000
    Area: Jackson Heights
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Jon Fisher)
    Four Prewar Apartments in Queens With Working Fireplaces, Starting at $518K
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    6. Here’s a two-bedroom co-op in Laburnum Court in Jackson Heights, Queens. Completed in 1922, the neo-Georgian complex by architect George H. Wells includes eight five-story buildings along a common garden.

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    37-28 80th Street #31
    Price: $729,000
    Area: Jackson Heights
    Broker: Remax Team (Vincent O Connell)
    Four Prewar Apartments in Queens With Working Fireplaces, Starting at $518K
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    5. This four-bedroom apartment is in one of Jackson Heights’ fanciest buildings, The Towers. Designed by Andrew J. Thomas and completed in 1925, the neo-Romanesque complex includes eight six-story U-shaped buildings, which share a landscaped garden.

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    33-51 80th Street #51
    Price: $1.4 million
    Area: Jackson Heights
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Jon Fisher)
    Four Prewar Apartments in Queens With Working Fireplaces, Starting at $518K
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    4. Here’s a chance to own a remarkable house and a piece of Brooklyn history. It’s the Federal clapboard frame house that’s regularly cited as one of the oldest houses in Brooklyn Heights.

    Brooklyn Homes for Sale in Brooklyn Heights at 24 Middagh Street

    24 Middagh Street
    Price: $4.995 million
    Area: Brooklyn Heights
    Broker: Corcoran (Jessica Buchman, Bryan Rettaliata)
    One of the Oldest in Brooklyn Heights, This Federal Clapboard House Wants $4.995 Million
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    3. Here’s a genuine two-bedroom in Sunset Park, something that doesn’t come along every day. In a four-story, 16-unit building, it’s well located to boot, right across from the neighborhood’s titular park.


    570 44th Street #11
    Price: $700,000
    Area:Sunset Park
    Broker: Halstead (Joanna Mayfield Marks)
    Spacious Two-Bedroom Co-op in Sunset Park With Views, Prewar Details Wants $700K
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    2. Here’s a completely modern design executed inside an 1880s Park Slope townhouse. Not a typical flip, the architects clearly had a strong, modern vision for the home.


    297 11th Street
    Price: $3.679 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Dwell Residential (Myrta Echevarria, Valerie Wright)
    Park Slope Townhouse With Horizontal Fence, Modern Interior Asks $3.679 Million
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    1. Out in Red Hook, we have a modern renovation of a wood-frame home. This four-bedroom single-family row house on Dikeman Street has loads of high-end finishes.


    34 Dikeman Street
    Price: $2.250 million
    Area: Red Hook
    Broker: Realty Collective (Jane Herro, Christina Fallon)
    Renaissance Revival in Crown Heights and Three More to See This Weekend, Starting at $699,999
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