10. This sprawling, rusticated, landmarked C.P.H. Gilbert-designed Romanesque Revival brownstone on a park block underwent a restoration and conversion from four units to two after selling to a developer for $3.8 million in 2014. It debuted in March for $15 million but can now be yours for $12.75 million. The extra-wide, semi detached home has picture-perfect period details, including a center hall stair with its own fireplace and elaborate wedding-cake plaster decoration.
838 Carroll Street
Price: $12.75 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Douglas Elliman (Lisa Interdonato, Raymond Dillulio, Frederik Eklund)
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