This week, the top 10 included a limestone in Clinton Hill, a fully restored brownstone in Bed Stuy and a condo still under construction in Boerum Hill.
This week the top 10 listings on Brownstoner included a glassy condo in Greenpoint with a dramatic double-height curved wall of windows and some classic 19th century townhouses.
This week Brownstoner readers were looking for some variety.
As we head into the beginning of spring next week, we're falling back six months and checking in on four of our featured listings from September.
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?
Our open house picks to see this September weekend boast uncommon features such as solid-marble tubs, built-in audio, sprinkler systems, and high-efficiency heating.
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