Top 10 Brooklyn Listings: A Limestone in Crown Heights

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The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a co-op in Park Slope, a row house in Midwood, and a semi-detached Tudor in Marine Park.

Popular listings were scattered across the borough 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 Crown Heights limestone at $2.35 million.

Which would you choose?

10. 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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9. 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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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 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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6. In Bath Beach, this semi-detached frame dwelling is a single-family with mantels, stained glass, and wainscoting.

exterior of semidetached house with porch and green shingles

69 Bay 25th Street
Price: $1.45 million
Area: Bath Beach
Broker: ReMax Edge (Jason Zhou)
A Renovated Park Slope Townhouse and Three Others to See, Starting at $1.45 Million
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5. 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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4. 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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3. With three bedrooms and a den, this is one of the largest apartments we’ve seen for sale at Prospect Heights’ P.S. 9 Annex.

living room with high ceiling and wood floor

279 Sterling Place #2A
Price: $2.095 million
Area: Prospect Heights
Broker: Compass (Nigel Hall, Margaret Simmons)
Spacious Loft With Big Windows in Prospect Heights Landmark Asks $2.095 Million
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2. This circa 1909 limestone is in the Crown Heights North II Historic District.

dining room with wainscoting and a wood mantel with green tile

267 New York Avenue
Price: $2.35 million
Area: Crown Heights
Broker: Compass (Ramzis Hadzhi, Martin Eiden)
A Marine Park Tudor With a Garage and Three More to See, Starting at $1,499,999
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1. This Tudor-style semi-detached house has a vintage rec room on the top floor with paneling, a brick fireplace, and stained glass windows.

tudor house with brick exterior and green roof

3623 Avenue T
Price: $1,499,999
Area: Marine Park
Broker: Douglas Elliman (Bryan Ecock)
A Marine Park Tudor With a Garage and Three More to See, Starting at $1,499,999
See it here ->

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