Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: From High-Tech Amenities to 19th Century Details

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    This week our most popular listings included homes with unusual interior features, ranging from virtual doormen to an elevator. One home even has a built-in home automation system you can control from an iPad. The top pick of the week was a 19th century Park Slope Romanesque Revival brick townhouse with a listing intriguingly short on details.

    Almost all of the favorites were houses, with just one co-op and one condo in the mix. Prices ranged from $525,000 for a 20th century house in Brownsville to nearly $7 million for an Italianate in Boerum Hill.

    Which would you choose?

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