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The adjoining apartment building was also designated a landmark.
The house was built in 2014, but something about it has that classic Brooklyn brownstone feel.
The owner of the former kindergarten has threatened to sue the Landmarks Commission if it designates the building
The four-story townhouse was once home to pioneering labor rights activist Josephine Clara Goldmark
The two-family townhouse has a Hobbit door and a spacious backyard
The 3,400-square-foot home was, at one point, destined to be replaced with luxury condos
The school building and its neighbor are officially being considered for landmark status by the LPC.
The two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op is on the top floor of a four-story brownstone.
The co-op is located on the third floor of a four-story building on Court Street.
Developers are planning to replace the former Hans S. Christian Memorial Kindergarten with a six-story luxury condo.
Yesterday, we challenged you to guess the asking price of a cozy Carroll Gardens 2BR. Today, we reveal the correct amount and the commenter that reigned supreme.
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The home boasts a Tesla charging station, elevator and outdoor spaces
The seven-story building, which will feature a handmade Danish brick facade, will bring 17 apartments to the neighborhood.
After a 311 complaint, DOB inspectors found that work had been done without approval or proper permits.
This duplex townhouse condo still has a ton of industrial charm.
The Corcoran Group has been looking for comps for the townhouse
The church may be gone but the details it left behind make this two-bedroom apartment truly special.
The 17-unit building is dominated by three- and four-bedroom apartments.
The Brooklyn apartment is located within a 19th-century church that was converted into residences.
Measuring 1,200 square feet, this spacious and light-filled corner apartment is part of a four-story building at the intersection of Court Street and 3rd Place in Carroll Gardens.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is loaded with architectural details and its low asking price makes it practically a steal.
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The townhouse comes with a Tesla charging station, a sauna, and an elevator.
Some of the standout features here include the 16-foot tall window in the living room, the 22-foot-tall double height ceilings, also in the same space, and the gas fireplace.
Yesterday we asked you to guess the asking price of this two-bedroom condo in Carroll Gardens. Today, we reveal the price and the reigning commenter.