The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a standalone in Ditmas Park West, a co-op in Brooklyn Heights and wood frame near Downtown Brooklyn.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a Windsor Terrace two-family, a co-op in Sunset Park and a renovated townhouse in Gowanus.
This week, our open house picks run the gamut from dolled up Italianates in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill to wood frame and brick townhouses in Downtown Brooklyn and Windsor Terrace.
It's not quite central Downtown Brooklyn, Vinegar Hill or Fort Greene, but this quirky little neighborhood is one of the oldest areas of downtown and amazingly still has some surviving early and mid 19th century row houses.
This week, our most popular listings favored whole houses over apartments.
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 weekend’s open house picks span more than 160 years of Brooklyn homebuilding. The oldest was built circa 1850 in what’s now Downtown Brooklyn, the most recent, in Bed Stuy, is brand spanking new.