The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a barrel-fronted house in Windsor Terrace, an airy co-op in Park Slope and a Queen Anne mansion in Crown Heights.
This week, another look back to the middle of May to see how four of our featured listings fared on the market.
This week, the top 10 listings on Brownstoner included the house of Brooklyn's first Catholic bishop, a wood-frame house that dates from before the Civil War, and a carriage-style home in Red Hook.
A renovated brownstone, a co-op with a roof deck and a flip with an industrial feel were among the listings Brownstoner readers liked the most this week.
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.
Seven figures is the price of entry among our open houses this weekend, or to be more precise $1.35 million, the price tag on the least expensive one.