The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week included a modern townhouse in Williamsburg, a grand corner brownstone in Clinton Hill, and a condo in Brooklyn Heights with a connection to Superman.
This week, the Top 10 featured a mansion in Park Slope, a freestanding home in Ditmas Park, and the former residence of a Brooklyn bishop.
This week, we're taking a mental escape from this May heat wave to look at how four of our listings from November fared on the market.
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.
Among our most popular listings this week were several properties with quirky histories.
Our top listings from the past week were evenly divided between recently renovated properties with modern finishes and houses overflowing with original detail, some needing a bit of work.
Many of the homes in this week's list are holding their spots for a second week, from a Sunset Park flip job, to a standalone Edwardian in Midwood, to a brand-new townhouse in Gowanus. There are also some first-timers, and all are at a range of prices, sizes and neighborhoods.
This week's top listings include a variety of unique touches, from a double-height library to stained glass, an enclosed wet bar and exposed stonework. They span a wide array of neighborhoods, including Brownsville, Midwood and Sunset Park, and the prices also have quite the range, starting as low as $499,000 and going as high as $4.248 million (or, in the case of the single rental on the list, $6,900 a month).