The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a renovated wood frame in Bed Stuy, a brick row house in Bay Ridge and a compact co-op in Park Slope.
Although only two rooms, this compact one-bedroom in Park Slope has some well-designed aspects to recommend it.
This week, we're taking a look at four listings -- including a carriage house that was a former zebra crash pad in Cobble Hill and a spacious prewar co-op in Park Slope -- to see how they've fared on the market six months on.
The first week of 2017 showed that readers continued to peruse popular mainstays from our real estate listing roundups.
This week's most popular listings ranged from a three-story flip to a ten-bedroom house that could really shine in the right hands.
The majority of our most viewed listings this week were priced over $1 million.
The top pick of the week was a 19th century Park Slope Romanesque Revival townhouse with a listing intriguingly short on details.
The majority of our most popular listings this week were homes for less than $2 million.
This Park Slope classic six co-op has high ceilings, great light, generous spaces and an elegant prewar feel.
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.