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.