The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a Bed Stuy brownstone dripping with details, a concrete manse in the Hudson Valley and a modern revamp in Park Slope.
Here’s a look at four of our featured listings from six months ago, located in Brooklyn Heights, Park Slope, Sunset Park and Red Hook.
The history is largely one of tradition -- tales of taverns and sea captains passed down over the years, often from owner to owner.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a five-unit limestone in Crown Heights, a Bed Stuy brownstone packed with original details and modern East New York townhouse.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a clapboard Federal style house in Brooklyn Heights, a Williamsburg condo in a converted instrument factory and a Bed Stuy brownstone with plenty of detail.
Here's a chance to own a remarkable house and a piece of Brooklyn history.
We're turning the clock back six months and checking in with four of our featured listings from the fall.
Wood and brick Federal-style homes were among the first to be built in Brooklyn Heights, beginning in the 1820s. The oldest houses in the Heights still standing today were built in this decade.
A wood-frame Federal and homes under $2 million were among our top listings this week.
This iconic Federal house at 24 Middagh Street in Brooklyn Heights is one of the oldest houses in the borough. It is on the market for $7 million.