Another week, another look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago, focusing on homes in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Bensonhurst, Brooklyn Heights and Bay Ridge.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a brownstone in Cobble Hill, a co-op in Brooklyn Heights and a brick townhouse in Greenwood Heights.
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.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a row house in Windsor Terrace, a co-op in Brooklyn Heights and a brick house in East Williamsburg.
The apartment has 2.5 bedrooms, two bathrooms, a recently renovated kitchen, and light on three sides.
This week, readers favored a wide variety of listings all over the borough, including townhouses, standalone homes, and apartments listed for less than $473,000.
Our most viewed listings this week included apartments in historic buildings in Brooklyn Heights, an Edwardian-era standalone in Flatbush, and a bargain in Williamsburg.
Good news for home buyers on a budget: There are still plenty of Brooklyn apartments out there for less than $473,000 -- some are even big enough to raise a family.
This week's top listings aren't all in Brooklyn — many are cute and affordable homes upstate in Kingston, N.Y., plus one in Queens — and many are in the starter-home-friendly price range of under $329,000. (Don't worry: Some classic Brooklyn stunners made the list, too.)
What does $249,000 to $329,000 buy you in NYC? These five apartments, located across three boroughs, are well priced for entry-level, first-time homeowners.