Here’s a wood-frame standalone built circa 1863 with a somewhat tangled recent past. It’s at 56 Cambridge Place, in the Clinton Hill Historic District, and offers quite a bit of potential for a buyer with vision and deep pockets. The house, once a simple wood-frame structure that was altered in the… Read More >The post Standalone Wood-Frame in the Clinton Hill Historic District With Private Driveway Asks $4.5 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.
Here’s an interesting investment property: a sprawling, Axel Hedman-designed 1899 Bed Stuy house with nine units and a storied past. A four-story corner house with a bowed front, it’s at 139 Bainbridge Street, in the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District. Brownstoner columnist Suzanne Spellen wrote a three-part story on the house’s history… Read More >The post Axel Hedman-Designed Bed Stuy Corner Limestone Overflowing With Details Asks $2.75 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.
This circa 1914 tan-brick Crown Heights row house with a center bay is a flip, but not your average one. At 1160 Union Street, the renovation was artist-designed (by “French artist Virginie Sommet,” per the listing), and has a modern feel and some non-standard features including a glass-walled floating wood staircase… Read More >The post Crown Heights Row House With Artist-Designed Reno, Glass-Walled Staircase Asks $2.199 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.
Here’s a charmer of a single-family house on a distinctive block. At 14 Martense Court in Flatbush, it’s one of 14 semi-detached brick homes on the cul de sac, which were built in one fell swoop in 1915 and 1916. Colonial Revival houses with Flemish rooflines, front patios and Craftsman details… Read More >The post Colonial Revival With Craftsman Details on Historic Flatbush Cul de Sac Asks $1.499 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.
Here’s an 1850s transitional Greek Revival-Italianate style townhouse in prime shape, which offers a spacious owner’s triplex with plenty of original details over a garden rental. It’s in the Fort Greene Historic District at 346 Carlton Avenue between Lafayette and Greene avenues, close to the Lafayette C train stop. The double… Read More >The post Fort Greene Townhouse With Ornate Cornices, Marble Mantels Asks $3.7 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.
Here’s a highly livable Bay Ridge single-family that looks to be in move-in shape — digs that might well run upwards of $2 million in Park Slope or Cobble Hill. At 354 86th Street, it’s got a perk you’re unlikely to find in those hoods: an interior garage. Dating to the early… Read More >The post Picturesque Prewar House With Bay Windows, Interior Garage in Bay Ridge Asks $899K appeared first on Brownstoner.
Big and beauteous are two words that could fairly be applied to this prime Prospect Park South specimen, at 916 Albemarle Road. Especially big — the freestanding house has seven bedrooms, most of them huge, and 3,886 feet of interior space on a 50-by-120-foot lot. The landmarked, circa-1909 frame house also… Read More >The post Sprawling Prospect Park South Home With Wraparound Porch, Koi Pond Asks $2.249 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.
Here’s a choice Prospect Lefferts Gardens limestone on a prime block, at 133 Maple Street between Bedford and Rogers. A landmarked one-family designed by prolific Brooklyn Axel Hedman in 1909, it’s in good shape and has some desirable original details. Those include intricate crown moldings, decorative mantels, pocket doors, banisters, ornamental… Read More >The post Landmarked PLG Limestone With Barrel Front, Mantels Asks $2.295 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.