Top 10 Brooklyn Listings: A Kensington Co-op

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The most popular real estate listings on Brownstoner this week include a wood frame in Crown Heights, a limestone in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and a brownstone in Bed Stuy.

The most popular real estate listings on Brownstoner this week include a wood frame in Crown Heights, a limestone in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and a brownstone in Bed Stuy.

Crown Heights and Park Slope were popular this week with other listings scattered around the borough. The least expensive property on the list is a Kensington co-op at $850,000 and the most expensive is a Gowanus carriage house at $7.4 million.

Which would you choose?

10. This 13.5-foot-wide row house in Park Slope is a single-family with four bedrooms and a renovated kitchen.

living room with exposed brick, fireplace and recessed lighting

344 A 13th Street
Price: $2.695 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Ian Mednick, Daniella Guetta)
A Brooklyn Heights Brownstone and Three More to See, Starting at $2.695 Million
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9. 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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8. In the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, this two-family brownstone has an owner’s triplex with a kitchen on a curving mezzanine.

brooklyn open house - living room addition with curved mantel

50 Garden Place
Price: $6.5 million
Area: Brooklyn Heights
Broker: Corcoran (Jackie Torren, Charlie Pigott)
A Brooklyn Heights Brownstone and Three More to See, Starting at $2.695 Million
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7. 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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6. The list of details inside this early 20th century PLG 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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5. Back on the market with new photos and a floor plan, this Crown Heights wood frame is still beguiling, with original details, a rear-lot garage, and some newly uncovered history.

crown heights - parlor with mantel and wood floor

1408 Dean Street
Price: $2.1 million
Area: Crown Heights
Broker: Compass (Matthew Kirby-Smith)
Crown Heights Second Empire Wood Frame With Garage, Marble Mantel Returns at $2.1 Million
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4. This World War II-era apartment offers a spacious layout and original details close to Prospect Park for under a million.

kensington - living room with wood floor and two windows

415 Ocean Parkway
Price: $850,000
Area: Kensington
Broker: Compass (Bryce Kristall, Michaela Morton)
Jitterbug-Era Late Deco Kensington Co-op With Three Bedrooms, Two Baths Asks $850K
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3. It is hard to know where to begin with the list of period details still intact in this 1880s Park Slope brownstone.

parlro with wallpaper boarder and a pier mirror

867 President Street
Price: $5 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Libby Ryan, Joe Ryan and Maria Ryan, Ryan + Ryan Team)
Park Slope Brownstone Overflowing With Period Details Asks $5 Million
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2. This single-family in Crown Heights has been renovated.

window nook in crown heights parlor

1009 Carroll Street
Price: $2.5 million
Area: Crown Heights
Broker: Corcoran (Daniel Cohen, Eddie Ugrinsky, Pia Pankiewicz, Tony Bush)
A Renovated Bed Stuy Brownstone and Three More to See, Starting at $1.495 Million
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1. Set up as with a triplex above a garden rental, this Bed Stuy brownstone has a renovated kitchen on the rear of the parlor floor.

brooklyn open house - parlor with mantel

497 Madison Street
Price: $2.895 million
Area: Bed Stuy
Broker: Compass (Eliane Bugod, Tali Berzak)
A Renovated Bed Stuy Brownstone and Three More to See, Starting at $1.495 Million
See it here ->

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