This week, we're taking a look at a home in Boerum Hill's Historic District, two homes in Bed Stuy, and another in Cypress Hills to see how they've fared on the market six months after we first wrote about them.
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.
This week, we're looking back to November of 2016 and checking in on how four of our featured listings fared on the market.
The real gem of the group was the most popular: a pre-Civil War home near the Manhattan Bridge that has managed to survive all the changes that have gone on in Brooklyn over the years.
This four-story 1899 Queen Anne row house with an angled front needs some work, maybe quite a bit, but it's got some original details including moldings and a quartet of fireplace mantels, and could be turned into something nice.