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This small space has plenty of room for cooking fiends
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It comes with beautiful details like exposed brick and French doors.
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It’s been kitted out with chic, midcentury-inspired decor.
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The house is located in Brooklyn’s small Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District.
This Brooklyn home, built in 1915, has modern touches and a $995,000 price tag
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Original details abound in this cute Brooklyn home
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A good amount of space for a decent price.
Yesterday, we challenged you to guess the asking price of this two-bedroom co-op in Kensington. Today, we reveal the correct amount and the commenter that reigned supreme.
Pricespotter is Curbed’s weekly pricing guessing game, and this week, we’re looking at this two-bedroom co-op in Kensington, Brooklyn. Can you guess the asking price?
The home dates back to 1925 and has received a gut renovation.
Check out studios, one-, and two-bedrooms for sale, all asking six figures.
The kitchen is one of the standout spaces in this one-bedroom home.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit can be converted into a three bedroom.
The two-bedroom, one-bathroom home measures 950 square feet, and is part of a six-story co-op building.
The two-bedroom apartment has been given a few stylish enhancements
The stables’ new owner will seek a zoning variance to add a residential component atop the barn
The apartment measures more than 1,000 square feet
For $525K, this charming co-op offers up plenty of space.
The stables owners are entertaining other offers for the site, but the city says it’s still interested.
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This two-bedroom apartment, two-bathroom apartment fuses modern design with classic charm.
The property is on the market for a pricey $1.6 million, but comes with an income-producing rental unit as well as a private parking.
Located on the fifth floor of a six-story Art Deco co-op building in Flatbush, this charming apartment seems like a great deal for all of $399,000.
Built around 1906, the home is located in the Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park historic district, and has retained many of its beautiful original details.
It has rustic design touches and a low price