This week, we took a look back at four homes we featured six months ago, including a Park Slope townhouse with a jaw-dropping interior by Roman & Williams.
This week's top listings not only spanned a major price range, they also showed off Brooklyn's eclectic taste in architecture.
This prewar Prospect Heights two-bedroom co-op is gracious and attractive, with generous spaces and a functional layout.
We’ve always had a thing for this building at 175 Eastern Parkway, what with the grand lobby and the landscaped front yard set at an angle to the street grid. This particular two-bedroom on the third-floor has only been on the market since early May but has already had one price reduction. The layout is quite generous and there are lots of windows and light. Perhaps what’s been holding it back sales-wise is a certain lack of character–no moldings plus a Home Depot-esque kitchen. But it’s clean, in good shape and has two full-sized bedrooms, so the asking price of $649,000 doesn’t seem unreasonable.
175 Eastern Parkway, #3C [Warren Lewis] GMAP P*Shark