It's not quite central Downtown Brooklyn, Vinegar Hill or Fort Greene, but this quirky little neighborhood is one of the oldest areas of downtown and amazingly still has some surviving early and mid 19th century row houses.
Public records show the longtime owners received only $525,000 for the property, which is currently on the market for $9.9 million.
For many, this little frame Italianate on Bond Street is housing perfection.
No construction fence has yet been erected at either property, but letters sent to Community Board 10 on October 23 indicate that work is imminent.
A developer’s plan to replace a freestanding house in Flatbush with a block of modern apartments seems to have hit a snag and now the property is up for sale.
A rare and historic landmarked Federal style wood-frame house on Middagh Street in Brooklyn Heights has unexpectedly lost original framing and walls.
It is a bit of a surprise when one stumbles across it on Manhattan Avenue in the heart of Greenpoint -- a wood-frame building with a Greek name and a bit of Swiss design flair.
This absolutely charming little house is a Greenpoint classic, one of this neighborhood’s many wood-framed houses.
The homeowners cleverly reconfigured the space and modernized the mechanicals while saving or re-creating historic details.
A standalone Arts and Crafts house -- a rare survivor on Bushwick Avenue -- has been demolished for apartments, likely condos.