The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a condo in a historic Park Slope mansion, a freshly renovated brownstone in Cobble Hill and a Clinton Hill corner brownstone with an interesting pedigree.
This week, a look back to the middle of May to see how four of our featured listings fared on the market, including the former home of a swindler.
This week, the top 10 listings on Brownstoner included the house of Brooklyn's first Catholic bishop, a wood-frame house that dates from before the Civil War, and a carriage-style home in Red Hook.
A renovated brownstone, a co-op with a roof deck and a flip with an industrial feel were among the listings Brownstoner readers liked the most this week.
This landmarked brownstone on Greene Avenue in Clinton Hill was originally the home of a Roman Catholic bishop.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week included a modern townhouse in Williamsburg, a grand corner brownstone in Clinton Hill, and a condo in Brooklyn Heights with a connection to Superman.
This week, the Top 10 featured a mansion in Park Slope, a freestanding home in Ditmas Park, and the former residence of a Brooklyn bishop.
A massive limestone mansion in Park Slope, an Italianate home in Boerum Hill and a pre-war co-op in Bushwick were among this week's most popular listings on Brownstoner.
This week, homes Brownstoner readers gravitated towards included a Queen Anne next to Prospect Park, a brownstone in Park Slope and a house with modern updates in Williamsburg.
There are no eyesores, no bring-your-architect specials, no sagging investment properties in this bunch of open houses to see this weekend.