Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: Former Zebra Crash Pad, Park Slope Classic Six

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    The majority of our most popular listings this week were homes for less than $2 million. House hunters were drawn to a range of styles and locations at that price point, from a modest 20th century brick house in Brownsville to a 19th century frame house in Crown Heights with an 88-foot long garden.

    Most of the listings were homes, but there were co-ops and condos sprinkled in as well. While the prices started at $549,000 and largely hovered at under $2 million, the highest was $5.6 million for a carriage house in Cobble Hill.

    Which would you choose?

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