This week, the top 10 listings on Brownstoner included a detailed Bed Stuy brownstone, a renovated townhouse in Crown Heights and an Italianate brick house in Gowanus.
There were multiple popular listings this week in Bed Stuy and Park Slope. The cheapest listing was the aforementioned Crown Heights townhouse at $895,000. There was a two-way tie for the most expensive home – both the Italianate in Gowanus and a Romanesque Revival in Park Slope are listed at $2.795 million.
Which would you choose?
6. Here’s a condo that veers off the beaten path. If you’re bored with exposed brick and ceiling beams and cookie-cutter finishes, take a gander at this South Slope duplex, whose interior design looks to have been inspired by Gaudí, or maybe Lewis Carroll. It’s at 372 15th Street in the Park Pavilion condos, one of three buildings with a combined 30 units, constructed in 2003.
372 15th Street #1B
Price: $1.725 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Halstead (Xanthe Tabor, Kris Sylvester)
Sunday, July 02, 2017