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Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: From Palatial to Petite


The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a five-unit limestone in Crown Heights, a Bed Stuy brownstone packed with original details and modern East New York townhouse. There were a couple of popular listings in Brooklyn Heights but ...


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Real Estate Market Mar 4, 2018 • 09:30am by Susan De Vries The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a five-unit limestone in Crown Heights, a Bed Stuy brownstone packed with original details and modern East New York townhouse There were a couple of popular listings in Brooklyn Heights but otherwise listings were all over the borough this week, from East New York to Williamsburg.The least expensive of the bunch is a co-op in Sunset Park for $400,000 and the two Brooklyn Heights houses were tied as the most expensive at $4.995 million Which would you choose? Single Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Single Page Single Page TAGS186 New York Avenue24 Middagh Street31 Cranberry Street34 Dikeman Street343 79th Street395 S2nd Street433 Greene Avenue604 2nd Street647 41st Street658 Shepherd AveFeaturedTop 10Weekend Comments Comments 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Single Page var block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce = new td_block(); block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.id = "td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce"; block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.atts = '{"category_ids":"-18746","limit":"10","ajax_pagination":"infinite","custom_title":"What's Happening"}'; block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.td_cur_cat = ""; block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.td_column_number = "1"; block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.block_type = "6"; block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.post_count = "10"; block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.found_posts = "46837"; block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.max_num_pages = "4684"; block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.header_color = ""; block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce.ajax_pagination_infinite_stop = ""; td_blocks.push(block_td_uid_1_5aa227d6d53ce); What's Happening Load more

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