A look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago, including homes in Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights, Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a duplex condo in Park Slope, a rambling co-op in Prospect Heights and a modest row house in Windsor Terrace.
Designed by Shampan & Shampan in 1926, this rambling Park Avenue-style co-op might not be a bad spot for a game of hide-and-go-seek, considering its plentiful nooks and crannies.
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.
The renovation of this two-bedroom apartment in the Prospect Heights co-op 41 Eastern Parkway is certainly tasteful. It’s a good looking space in a great location. The kitchen is narrow, but otherwise everything looks like it checks out. The monthly rent is $3,800.
41 Eastern Parkway, #5C [Corcoran] GMAP P*Shark