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We’re suckers for the wide plank floors you tend to find in early- and mid-19th century houses in Brooklyn. The pine planks are in fine display in the triple parlor of the 1835 house at 65 Pineapple Street in Brooklyn Heights that just hit the market for $3,100,000. The four-story, two-family pad has plenty of other original details to recommend it as well, though the listing suffers from a lack of photos of important spaces like the kitchen, bathrooms and garden. Depending on how the rest of the house was updated, the asking price is actually pretty modest for an entire house in the middle of Brooklyn Heights.
65 Pineapple Street [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark