Park Slope Neo-Grec With Parking, Solar Panels, Chicken Coop Asks $4.25 Million
This Park Slope brownstone has an interesting mix of historic and contemporary details ranging from mantels and a pier mirror to parking and solar panels. In the Park Slope Historic District at 99 Lincoln Place, the 20-foot-wide house is a stroll away from Prospect Park, but also has its own extensive garden that includes a chicken coop.
A Ditmas Park Bungalow With Garage and Three Others to See, Starting at $1.95 Million
Our picks for open houses to check out last weekend were found in Park Slope, Fort Greene, Williamsburg and Ditmas Park.
Windsor Terrace Row House With Wainscoting, Built-ins, Vintage Kitchen Asks $1.448 Million
One of a row of early 20th century brick houses, this Windsor Terrace single-family offers some charm on the interior with details like wood floors, built-ins, wainscoting and vintage kitchen details. At 21 Kermit Place, it also has the appeal of being near Prospect Park, although the Prospect Expressway is closer.
The Insider: Views, Views Everywhere Following Gut Reno of Duplex Penthouse in Park Slope
When the architectural firm of Emery Roth, best known for the Renaissance Revival-style San Remo on Central Park West, designed a pale brick 17-story apartment building on Prospect Park West in the late 1920s, expansive windows were not part of the scheme. Somehow, a 1,600-square-foot penthouse apartment with a lofted upper level made it into the 21st century with the potential of spectacular park and skyline views mostly unrealized.
Tidy Two-Bedroom With 1940s Flair, Black and White Vintage Tile in Flatbush Wants $550K
While not flashy, this mid 20th century apartment has many charming features of its era and a second bedroom, carved out of a dining nook off the kitchen. It’s located on the second floor of 601 East 19th Street in Flatbush, just outside the historic bounds of Ditmas Park.