Top 10 Brooklyn Listings: A Cobble Hill Rental

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The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a mews house in Cobble Hill, a brownstone in Park Slope, and a row house in Bay Ridge.

Cobble Hill and Park Slope were popular this week with other listings scattered around the borough. The least expensive property on the list is a Cobble Hill rental at $25,000 a month and the most expensive is a Gowanus carriage house at $7.4 million.

Which would you choose?

10. 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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9. Available as a rental for more than 29 days but less than a whole year, this eclectic furnished townhouse in Cobble Hill could work for a visiting celeb who values privacy.

parlor with wall moldings, mantel

155 Warren Street
Price: $25,000 a month
Area: Cobble Hill
Broker: Corcoran (Sarah A. Adler)
Cobble Hill Townhouse With Carriage House, Garden Asks $25K a Month
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8. 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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7. This circa 1907 limestone in the Park Slope Historic District is set up as a single family with the kitchen on the parlor level.

brooklyn open house - dining room with white woodwork and mantel with green tile

597 5th Street
Price: $4.45 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Margherita Bonanno)
A Midwood Standalone With a Garage and Three More to See, Starting at $2 Million
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6. 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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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. The list of details inside this early 20th century row house is rather long: built-ins, mantels, a passthrough, hardware, moldings, marble sinks, and more.

prospect lefferts gardens - street view of bow front rowhouses

Photo via Corcoran

216 Lincoln Road
Price: $2.295 million
Area: Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Broker: Corcoran (Deborah Rieders, Sarah Shuken, Albi Zhubi)
PLG Limestone With a Wealth of Woodwork, Built-ins Asks $2.295 Million
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3. For a sense of Brooklyn charm it is hard to beat the petite mews houses of Warren Place.

exterior of the mews with a center garden

11 Warren Place
Price: $2.75 million
Area: Cobble Hill
Broker: Corcoran (Ellen Gottlieb, Neely Johnson)
Charming Warren Place Mews House With Large Garden, Parking Asks $2.75 Million
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2. In Bay Ridge, this early 20th century single-family has wood floors, four bedrooms, and two full baths.

brick row house with enclosed porch

335 72nd Street
Price: $1.099 million
Area: Bay Ridge
Broker: Corcoran (Kelly Neinast, Kristin Neinast)
A Greenpoint Row House and Three More to See, Starting at $1.099 Million
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1. This 1870s Neo-Grec is in the Greenpoint Historic District. The single-family has some wood floors, an original newel post, and a stair with a niche.

greenpoint open house - parlor with mantel and wood floor

125 Milton Street
Price: $3.4 million
Area: Greenpoint
Broker: Corcoran (Joan Dougherty)
A Greenpoint Row House and Three More to See, Starting at $1.099 Million
See it here ->

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