Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: Beams, Brick, Marble Mantels and Bold Design Choices

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    This week’s most-viewed listings stressed homes with intriguing interiors — including 19th century details, statement wallpaper and minimalist rehabs. Two of the properties have a rustic charm, with beamed ceilings and painted brick walls, but houses with ornate mantels dominated the list.

    While there were multiple listings in Bed Stuy and Red Hook, others were scattered across the borough. All the popular listings were priced over the million-dollar mark — the cheapest was a renovated townhouse in Bushwick at $1.35 million, and the most expensive was a detail-filled Brooklyn Heights brownstone at $5.25 million.

    Which would you choose?

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