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Jazz-era details and unusual features such as solid-marble tubs and bike closets got readers’ attention this week.

Our most viewed listings included a spacious townhouse in Bed Stuy, a ’30s-era apartment in Manhattan’s Inwood neighborhood, and a Park Slope one-bedroom with large archways and high ceilings in close proximity to Prospect Park.

Which would you choose?

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This new listing at 98 Pioneer Street in Red Hook has quite a lot of DIY charm. (We particularly like the wood ceilings.) The two-family house is modest in size and finishes as houses go these days, but it’s got a good feel. That, and the fact that houses are hard to come by in Red Hook in general, makes us think that there will be a lot of interest. That doesn’t mean we think they’ll get the asking price of $1,350,000 but it doesn’t hurt to try!
98 Pioneer Street [Realty Collective] GMAP P*Shark