Top 10 Brooklyn Listings: A Prospect Heights Co-op

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The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a co-op in Flatbush, a Marine Park semi-detached, and a Park Slope townhouse.

Prospect Heights, Park Slope, and Marine Park were popular this week. The least expensive property on the list is the Flatbush co-op at $520,000 and the most expensive is the Park Slope townhouse at $9.75 million.

Which would you choose?

10. In the Prospect Heights Historic District, this 1880s row house is a two-family with a garden rental and a triplex above.

brooklyn - parlor with mantel and pale wood floors

202 Prospect Place
Price: $5.4 million
Area: Prospect Heights
Broker: Douglas Elliman (Rebekah Carver)
Open House Picks: A Prospect Lefferts Gardens Limestone and Three More, Starting at $899K
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9. In Marine Park, this early 20th century semi-detached house has a garage and a shared driveway.

brick semi-detached house with with shared driveway

1757 East 31st Street
Price: $899,000
Area: Marine Park
Broker: Pride Estates (Mitchell S. Feldman)
Open House Picks: A Prospect Lefferts Gardens Limestone and Three More, Starting at $899K
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8. It has quite a grand street presence, and this 1880s Romanesque Revival townhouse also boasts original details like pocket doors, wainscoting, and mantels along with some later colorful baths.

front hall with view to dining room, kitchen and parlor

17 Montgomery Place
Price: $9.75 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Laura Rozos, Maria Rozo)
Grand Park Slope Townhouse With Woodwork, Mantels, Koi Pond Asks $9.75 Million
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7. This Bed Stuy two-family brownstone has wainscoting, fretwork, moldings, and mantels. On the exterior are impressive terra-cotta details, the original double entry doors, and a faux mansard roof. The four-story house is configured as a rental apartment over a triplex.

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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6. 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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5. This Gowanus 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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4. 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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3. A Marine Park 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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2. 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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1. 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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