Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: A Petite Bed Stuy Row House, a Lavish Park Slope Brownstone

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    The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a rental in Boerum Hill, a restored brownstone in Bed Stuy and a manse in Newburgh, N.Y.

    Bed Stuy and Park Slope are popular again this week with multiple listings in the top 10. The least expensive on the list is the Boerum Hill rental at $2,950 a month and the most expensive a Park Slope brownstone at $4.5 million.

    Which would you choose?

    10. Here’s a one-bedroom rental in a 19th century Italianate with old-fashioned styling and a dining room — at least as currently configured.

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    188 Bergen Street
    Price: $2,950 a month
    Area: Boerum Hill
    Broker: Halstead (Cordelia Stephens)
    Boerum Hill Floor-Through With Dining Room, Sleeping Alcove, Mantels Asks $2,950 a Month
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    9. This renovated single-family brick townhouse has exposed brick and a restored mantel, a skylight over the centrally-located staircase and painted wood floors.

    266 bainbridge street

    266 Bainbridge Street
    Price: $965,000
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Compass (Jeffrey St. Arromand, David Fernandez)
    Four Updated Townhouses With Gilded Age Details to See This Weekend, Starting at $965K
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    8. This fairly charming, old school Park Slope two-family deal is configured as a four-bedroom duplex over a garden-level one-bedroom floor-through.

    456 14th street

    456 14th Street
    Price: $2.8 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Halstead (Jackie Lew, Marc Wisotsky)
    Unpretentious Park Slope House With Striking Stonework, Handsome Mantels Asks $2.8 Million
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    7. Glenbrook was designed by architect Frederick Clarke Withers circa 1856 and is a bit more of a grand villa than a modest country cottage.

    60 balmville road

    60 Balmville Road
    Price: $749,000
    Area: Newburgh
    Broker: John J. Lease Realtors (Jeffrey M. Lease)
    A Picturesque Pre-Civil War Manse by Architect Frederick Clarke Withers Could Be Yours for $749K
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    6. There’s a better-than-average-seeming new condo hidden inside this circa 1890 townhouse in the Park Slope Historic District Extension I.

    585 10th street

    585 10th Street
    Price: $2.35 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Nadia Bartolucci, Rachel Altschuler, Justin Edelstein)
    Modern Condo in Historic Park Slope Townhouse With Penthouse, Outdoor Space Asks $2.35 Million
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    5. Carefully restored and updated with high-end flourishes, this elaborate Axel Hedman townhouse is part of a row in the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District.

    386 stuyvesant avenue

    386 Stuyvesant Avenue
    Price: $3.195 million
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Compass (Esther Patten, Maria Ryan)
    Elaborate Limestone With Lavish Modern Updates in Stuy Heights Asks $3.195 Million
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    4. In Flatbush here’s a 1920s neo-Colonial brick townhouse that may not seem thrilling in the photos but has a lot of good points and potential.

    kenmore terrace

    2108 Kenmore Terrace
    Price: $1.65 million
    Area: Flatbush
    Broker: Halstead (Elizabeth B. Pierre-Louis)
    Four Brooklyn Townhouses That Make Clever Use of Space to See This Weekend, Starting at $995K
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    3. This attractively updated three-family brownstone in Park Slope is set up as a double duplex sandwiched between two floor-through apartments.

    131 berkeley

    Photo by Al Siedman via Corcoran

    131 Berkeley Place
    Price: $4.5 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Corcoran (James Cornell, Leslie Marshall)
    Four Brooklyn Townhouses That Make Clever Use of Space to See This Weekend, Starting at $995K
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    2. In Park Slope, a circa 1900 limestone townhouse is hitting the market, featuring lots of ornate woodwork — fretwork screens, pier mirrors, mantels, built-in benches.

    429 4th street

    429 4th Street
    Price: $2.995 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Compass (Mark Jovanovic, Scott Hustis)
    Four Brooklyn Townhouses That Make Clever Use of Space to See This Weekend, Starting at $995K
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    1. 712 Monroe Street is in a row built as tiny workingman’s houses during the era of Italianate and Neo-Grec townhouse design.

    bed stuy

    Photo via Corcoran

    712 Monroe Street
    Price: $995,000
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Corcoran (Heather McMaster, Ariane Dembs)
    Four Brooklyn Townhouses That Make Clever Use of Space to See This Weekend, Starting at $995K
    See it here ->

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