The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include an Italianate in Fort Greene, a Dutch Colonial in Bay Ridge and a Colonial Revival in Flatbush.
With preserved historic details and a designer upgrade, the 22-foot-wide house has been used as a backdrop for magazine photo shoots.
It's the first week of 2017, and we're looking back at some listings we featured in 2016 -- Fourth of July week, to be exact -- to see how they fared.
This four-story Italianate, in the Fort Greene Historic District at 362 Clermont Avenue, has a fair amount of original detail, including crown moldings, medallions, pocket doors, hardwood floors, and seven mantels. It's a brick house with brownstone details, built sometime in the mid-19th century. It was the home of E.G. Cowley, a cutlery merchant in Manhattan, according to the designation report.