Top 10 Brooklyn Listings: A Red Hook Row House


The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a Park Slope co-op, an East Flatbush row house, and a Bay Ridge standalone.

Park Slope was popular again this week. The least expensive property on the list is a Park Slope co-op at $750,000 and the most expensive is a Fort Greene wood-frame house at $2.4 million.

Which would you choose?

10. This wood-frame dwelling in Clinton Hill is just outside the historic district and is one of several altered cottages on Cambridge Place.

stucco exterior of clinton hill house

146 Cambridge Place
Price: $1.799 million
Area: Clinton Hill
Broker: Bergen Basin Realty (Lee Wasserman)
An East Flatbush Row House With a Garage and Three More to See, Starting at $630K
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9. This early 20th century brick standalone house in Bay Ridge has wood floors, wall moldings, and stained glass. It also has a private driveway.

living room with stained glass

32 Oliver Street
Price: $1.099 million
Area: Bay Ridge
Broker: Jabour Realty Company (Danielle Jabour, Wade Jabour)
A Renovated Fort Greene Brownstone and Three Others to See, Starting at $1.049 Million
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8. In Bensonhurst, an early 20th century row house has a fairly spacious main level with a sunroom at the front and a mudroom at the rear.

living room with wood floor

1861 82nd Street
Price: $1.188 million
Area: Bensonhurst
Broker: Compass (Violette Tonuzi)
A Bay Ridge Row House and Three Others to See, Starting at $1.099 Million
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7. This top-floor Park Slope co-op requires a walk up to the fourth floor, but the spacious pad offers a renovated interior with some historic charm, three bedrooms, and in-unit laundry.

living room with wall of bookshelves and a window seat

378 4th Street, #4
Price: $1.895 Million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Ellen Cohen)
Park Slope French Flat With Window Seat in Turret, Three Bedrooms, Roof Deck Asks $1.895 Million
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6. There aren’t many interior photos to go by, but what is on view of this early 20th century Colonial Revival in Ditmas Park shows some intriguing interior details including mantels, a coffered ceiling, stained glass, and an impressive staircase.

ditmas park - standalone house with siding and a brick enclosed porch

976 Ocean Avenue
Price: $1.848 million
Area: Ditmas Park
Broker: Ben Bay Realty (Michele Pietrafesa, Christine Olivieri)
Ditmas Park Standalone With Woodwork, Working Fireplaces, Garage Asks $1.848 Million
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5. An attractive and practical Park Slope one-bedroom has a wood-burning fireplace, dining area with built-in banquette, and a number of charming original features.

park slope - living room with an arched niche large enough for a home office

440 9th Street, #3
Price: $750,000
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Corcoran (James Guimaraes, Andrew Westphal)
Park Slope Brownstone Apartment With Fireplace, Plaster Details, Office Asks $750K
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4. In East Flatbush, this early 20th century brick row house has an attached garage.

living room with parquet floors

147 Remsen Avenue
Price: $975,000
Area: East Flatbush
Broker: Douglas Elliman (Martha Ellman, Wenxiang (Ted) Gu, Myrel Glick)
A Row House in Williamsburg and Three More to See, Starting at $975K
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3. In an early 20th century Kinko-style house, this upper triplex offers three floors of living space, mantels, moldings, and wood floors.

living room with mantel and picture rail

396A 9th Street, Unit 2
Price: $2.4 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Annie Rose and Wendy Stephenson)
Park Slope Condo Triplex in Kinko-Style House With Mantels, Wood Floors Asks $2.4 Million
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2. This single family in Midwood is part of a 1920s brick Tudor style row.

living room with wood floor and built-in storage

1462 East 23rd Street
Price: $799,000
Area: Midwood
Broker: Behfar Team (Karen Behfar)
A Red Hook Brick Row House and Three Others to See, Starting at $799K
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1. In Red Hook this two-family brick row house is set up with a rental unit above a duplex.

red hook - brick row house with cornice and bay window

23 Dikeman Street
Price: $1.6 million
Area: Red Hook
Broker: Compass (Dianne Howard)
A Red Hook Brick Row House and Three Others to See, Starting at $799K
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