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Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings A Renovated Townhouse And A Colorful Park Slope Condo



This week, the Top 10 listings on Brownstoner included a renovated Greenwood Heights townhouse, a wood-frame Italianate in Prospect Lefferts Gardens and a Park Slope condo with a bold interior.

There were multiple listings this week in Park Slope, Bed Stuy and Prospect Lefferts Gardens. The least expensive home on the list was the wood frame house in Prospect Lefferts Gardens at $1.25 million and the priciest was a Park Slope townhouse asking $5.995 million.

Which would you choose?

10. On 19th Street in Greenwood Heights, we have a townhouse that’s been given a top-to-bottom modern makeover — look for the one with the bright yellow door. Whether it was rehabbed by a previous occupant or a flipper we’re not sure, but it looks brand new, with white-oak flooring, steel-railed open stairs, a gas burning fireplace and floor-to-ceiling glass at the rear.



224 19th Street
Price: $2.379 million
Area: Greenwood Heights
Broker: Dwell Residential (Isabelle Lion, Myrta Echevarria)
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9. On Putnam Avenue in Bushwick, we’ve got a three-story flip that’s been completely overhauled, from its brick facade to its wood-fenced rear garden. A bit of care seems to have gone into this one, which has some details like recessed ceilings and inlaid floors. It’s set up as a two-family, with a two-bedroom rental on the garden level (duplexed with a finished cellar) and a three-bedroom owner’s duplex above.



1280 Putnam Avenue
Price: $1.299 million
Area: Bushwick
Broker: Bedford Brownstone Realty (Leslie Dixon)
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8. Here’s a Romanesque Revival brick townhouse on a 26-foot lot with a garage and a driveway — a common enough commodity in the borough’s outer reaches but a rare find in Park Slope a stone’s throw from Prospect Park. Located at 441 14th Street in the Park Slope Historic District, the house seems to need considerable work, though the listing is short on details.



441 14th Street
Price: $2.795 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Olshan Realty (Cynthia Crowley)
Landmarked Park Slope Townhouse With Garage, Mantels, Ornate Moldings, Asks $2.795 Million


7. Here’s a Bed Stuy brownstone that’s loaded with period detail — most notably mantels. At 629 Putnam Avenue in Stuy Heights, the house has got seven of them, including some pretty ornate Queen Anne-type numbers with mirrors, carved wood and Minton-style tiles. The late Victorian house also sports wedding-cake plaster detailing, inlaid parquet floors, ceiling medallions, crown moldings and wainscoting.



629 Putnam Avenue
Price: $1.69 million
Area: Bed Stuy
Broker: Halstead (Ban Leow, Joseph Martinez)
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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)
South Slope Duplex Condo With Pink Stove, Wild Wallpaper, Garden Asks $1.725 Million


5. This stop is Red Hook, where we find a brick, carriage-style house on King Street. It’s cozy and distinctive, with some interesting features, including a garage space that’s currently used as an art studio, a steel and oak staircase, a living room with 14-foot ceilings and a polished-concrete floor, a mezzanine-level laundry room, a treehouse-style master bedroom with a terrace.



97 King Street
Price: $1.9 million
Area: Red Hook
Broker: Corcoran (Roni Dotan, Jennifer Carlson)
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4. Moving over to Bed Stuy, we’ve got a four-story brownstone on Jefferson Avenue in Stuyvesant Heights. It’s a three-family, with a lower duplex and floor-through apartments above. Plenty of period details in this one, including plaster detailing, five decorative fireplaces, pocket doors and shutters, crown moldings, wainscoting and carved wood door and window casings.



588 Jefferson Avenue
Price: $2.15 million
Area: Bed Stuy
Broker: Halstead (Ban Leow,Samuel Oden, Jr.)
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3. On Rutland Road in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, this home is a more traditional offering, with a Georgian/Federal style brick facade and original details including parquet floors, moldings, and a big brick fireplace in the living room. Kitchen and baths are new (with the house’s original clawfoot tub restored in the master bath), and there’s a finished basement with a laundry room and a wet bar done in slate and walnut.



112 Rutland Road
Price: $2.499 million
Area: Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Broker: Douglas Elliman (Alexander Maroni, Lucy Struever)
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2. The next home is a wood-frame Italianate on Fenimore Street. An interesting facade on this one, with upper and lower wood-railed porches, and four huge columns supporting the former. It looks a bit haggard from the outside but it’s recently renovated within, with new oak floors, exposed brick, and recessed lighting on the parlor floor. It’s small — two stories with three bedrooms and a single bath on the second floor, and an English basement.



375 Fenimore Street
Price: $1.25 million
Area: Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Broker: Corcoran (Charlie Pigott, Daniella Guetta)
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1. Topping the list this week is a pricey single-family townhouse on Garfield Place in Park Slope. It’s been renovated to the point where the whole thing looks brand new, with a new limestone facade. It’s large and fancy, with four bedrooms, five and a half baths, three terraces, and a full-floor master suite with a wood-beamed ceiling, a marble bath, a freestanding tub under a huge paneled window and a skylit shower.



56 Garfield Place
Price: $5.995 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Lindsay Barton Barrett, Christina Abad)
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Sunday, June 25, 2017