Each of this week's most viewed listings broke the million dollar price mark.
The most viewed listings this week had a common thread at the top of the list - they were not just pricey, but they were among the most expensive homes on the market in all of Brooklyn.
Most of this week's top listings featured charming details, whether in a historic home or new-construction condo.
This week's top listings include an extremely wide range of prices, from a handful of properties under $1 million -- including one priced at $469,000 -- to one asking $15 million.
This week we’re looking back at four listings we featured six months ago to see how they fared. Three of the properties sold, with one going for over ask.
If it’s grandeur and opulence you’re after, look no further than this palatial Romanesque Revival brownstone, at 838 Carroll Street in Park Slope. Dubbed the Remington House, after the initial owner, who commissioned the house from architect C.P.H. Gilbert in the late 1880s, it’s got rich detail, acres of space, architectural distinction, a curved bay tower, and a price tag of $15 million.