The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a carriage house in Clinton Hill, a standalone in Ditmas Park and a brownstone in Park Slope.
In a desirable co-op that overlooks Prospect Park, this spacious and elegant unit is back on the market after another renovation.
This week, we're taking a look back to Christmas week of last year, when we featured a limestone in PLG and Chloe Sevigny's co-op in Park Slope.
The top listings this week leaned towards flips and homes that might need a little love from the right owner.
The first week of 2017 showed that readers continued to peruse popular mainstays from our real estate listing roundups.
This week's most popular listings ranged from a three-story flip to a ten-bedroom house that could really shine in the right hands.
The majority of our most viewed listings this week were priced over $1 million.
Actress Chloe Sevigny is selling the Classic Seven co-op she bought on Prospect Park West just over three years ago -- and it's a pretty smashing pad.
The history of luxury apartment houses along Prospect Park West can be neatly summarized by tracing the history of 9 Prospect Park West. A 1903 building at this address first brought “high class” apartments to the street, replacing less profitable row houses.
Whoa, this co-op at 9 Prospect Park West is awesome! The Classic 8 appears to have it all: prewar charm, beautifully updated kitchen, killer park views and a gazillion (okay, only four) bedrooms. Okay, now for the bad news: The monthly maintenance on the 2,900-square-foot pad is $3,584 and the asking price is $3,300,000. If you’ve got that kind of dough to drop on a Park Slope pad, you’ll probably also be looking one floor above this, where both Apartment 15A and Apartment 15B are currently listed at $3,495,000 apiece.
9 Prospect Park West, #14A [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark