The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a standalone in West Midwood, a brownstone in Park Slope and a co-op in Prospect Heights.
Here’s a look at four of our featured listings from six months ago, located in Bushwick, Sunset Park, Prospect Heights and Prospect Park South.
Here’s a look at four of our featured listings from six months ago, located in Gowanus, Carroll Gardens, Prospect Heights and Prospect Lefferts Gardens.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a Bushwick home with exotic terra-cotta ornamentation, an elegant Colonial Revival in Prospect Park South and wood frame house in Ditmas.
This prewar one-bedroom co-op is attractive, with double exposures and a nice view overlooking the Brooklyn Botanic Garden from the bedroom.
This two-bedroom Prospect Heights co-op has generous spaces, prewar details and views of the Brooklyn Museum and Botanical Garden.
This week we're looking back at four listings we featured six months ago to see how they fared. One home sold, one is still listed and the other two have been taken off the market.
There's nothing like a prewar apartment for sprawl and charm, where the floor plans alone are a delight to the eye and there's plenty of room to stretch out and entertain. These four stunners offer historic charm — from fireplaces to painted ceilings, sun rooms and proper parlors — as well as generous layouts and building perks, not to mention all are primely located.
Situated in the Turner Towers, the art deco co-op building at 135 Eastern Parkway, this two-bedroom, two-bath unit offers high-ceilings, an elegant pre-war feel and a fair amount of space — around 1,300 square feet.
The large eat-in kitchen needs redoing, which could be considered a negative — or an opportunity to create one in accordance with your own vision. The listing, from Tracey McLean at Corcoran, says the bathrooms need work as well, though we quite like the old-school black-and-white-tile scheme in the one pictured.
Ground-floor apartments are almost always a tougher sell, so it’s not really a surprise that this two-bedroom pad at 135 Eastern Parkway in Prospect Heights has had its asking price trimmed by $100,000 since it hit the market last fall. At its current price of $699,000, the 1,200-square-foot prewar apartment offers quite a good bang for the buck–as long as you don’t mind the lack of views and privacy. (For what it’s worth, this unit traded for $780,000 back in 2007.) What do you think this ends up going for?
135 Eastern Parkway, #1E [Corcoran] GMAP P*Shark