A wood-frame Federal and homes under $2 million were among our top listings this week.
This week, readers favored a wide variety of listings all over the borough, including townhouses, standalone homes, and apartments listed for less than $473,000.
Many of the homes in this week's list are holding their spots for a second week, from a Sunset Park flip job, to a standalone Edwardian in Midwood, to a brand-new townhouse in Gowanus. There are also some first-timers, and all are at a range of prices, sizes and neighborhoods.
This week's top listings include a variety of unique touches, from a double-height library to stained glass, an enclosed wet bar and exposed stonework. They span a wide array of neighborhoods, including Brownsville, Midwood and Sunset Park, and the prices also have quite the range, starting as low as $499,000 and going as high as $4.248 million (or, in the case of the single rental on the list, $6,900 a month).
No work needed here -- this week's top listings are all move-in-ready homes that span Bed Stuy, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace and beyond. They range in price from a $479,000 restricted-income co-op in East Williamsburg to a $2.4295 million Bed Stuy townhouse.
Each of our top listings from the past week is on the market for under $2 million. Two-bed, two-bath co-op in Brooklyn Heights, a standalone Victorian in West Midwood/Flatbush, or Windsor Terrace condo with private roof deck?