Top 10 Brooklyn Listings: A Marine Park Tudor, a Bed Stuy Brownstone

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The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a wood frame in Greenpoint, a brownstone in Bed Stuy, and a standalone in Flatbush.

Fort Greene and Park Slope were popular this week with other listings dotted around the borough. The least expensive property on the list is a Brooklyn Heights rental at $3,600 a month and the most expensive is a Gowanus carriage house at $7.4 million.

Which would you choose?

10. In the Wallabout Historic District, this 1850s wood frame has some curb appeal with a columned front porch on which to lounge and some interior charm with wide-plank floorboards, mantels, and tin ceilings.

fort greene - street view showing gray sided woodframe with columned porch

102 Vanderbilt Avenue
Price: $2.85 million
Area: Fort Greene
Broker: Compass (Maria Ryan, Joe Ryan, Libby Ryan of the Ryan + Ryan Team)
Fort Greene Wood Frame With Columned Porch, Wide-Plank Floorboards Asks $2.85 Million
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9. In addition to an impressive brick and limestone facade, this Park Slope townhouse has some fine period details and updates that are sympathetic to the home’s original character.

park slope - parlor with white mantel and a columned divider

615 3rd Street
Price: $6.995 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Corcoran (Lesley Semmelhack)
Neo-Georgian Park Slope Townhouse With Working Fireplaces, Central Air Asks $6.995 Million
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8. A compact one-bedroom for rent in a 1920s Brooklyn Heights apartment building turned co-op boasts a foyer, period wall moldings, and parquet.

brooklyn heights - living room with wall moldings and two windows

30 Clinton Street, #6A
Price: $3,600 a month
Area: Brooklyn Heights
Broker: Compass (Heather Cooper)
Brooklyn Heights Jazz-Era One-Bedroom With Parquet, Moldings, Dishwasher Asks $3,600
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7. 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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6. 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
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5. This two-family brownstone has wainscoting, fretwork, moldings, and mantels.

entry with mirror and fretwork

677 Macon Street
Price: $1.995 million
Area: Bed Stuy
Broker: Behfar Team (Daniel Sosani)
A Bed Stuy Brownstone and Three Others to See, Starting at $1.38 Million
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4. This Fort Greene brownstone is a four-family with three apartments above a duplex. Features include plasterwork, parquet, and moldings.

brooklyn open house - bedroom with bed niche

39 South Portland Avenue
Price: $5 million
Area: Fort Greene
Broker: Compass (Martin Eiden, Ramzis Hadzhi, Alex Mahgoub, Kelly Robinson)
A Brownstone in Fort Greene and Three More to See, Starting at $1.695 Million
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3. A spacious 1940s one-bedroom co-op in Flatbush has high coved ceilings, arched openings, and modern updates.

flatbush apartment - living room with wood floor

601 East 19th Street #3N
Price: $520,000
Area: Flatbush
Broker: Compass (Brandon Delgado)
Jitterbug-Era Flatbush Co-op With Big Foyer, Built-ins, Arches Near Ditmas Park Asks $520K
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2. This carriage house was renovated into a single-family dwelling with three bedrooms and a roof deck.

brooklyn open house - renovated exterior of brick stable

413 Degraw Street
Price: $7.4 million
Area: Gowanus
Broker: Compass(Louis Esposito)
A Bed Stuy Brownstone and Three Others to See, Starting at $1.38 Million
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1. This 1860s brownstone is in the Park Slope Historic District and has a garden rental with a triplex above.

brooklyn open house - parlor with high ceiling and wood floor

136 Park Place
Price: $3.995 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Corcoran (Teri Cavanaugh)
A Renovated Park Slope Brownstone and Three More to See, Starting at $949K
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