This week’s top listings not only spanned a wide price range, they also showed off Brooklyn’s eclectic taste in architecture. There was a converted carriage house among the brownstones of Brooklyn Heights, a landmarked Romanesque Revival, and even a few true brownstones (even if one needs actual brownstoning).
There were multiple listings in Bed Stuy and Prospect Heights. The prices of this week’s top 10 went from six digits to eight – the cheapest home was a two-bedroom co-op in Prospect Heights asking $895,000 and the most expensive was the Brooklyn Heights carriage house asking $10 million.
Which would you choose?