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A Flatbush Co-op, a Williamsburg Row House

The hottest real estate listings on Brownstoner this week include a rowhouse in Sunset Park, a brownstone in Clinton Hill and a carriage house in Brooklyn Heights.

The hottest real estate listings on Brownstoner this week include a rowhouse in Sunset Park, a brownstone in Clinton Hill and a carriage house in Brooklyn Heights.

Brooklyn Heights was popular this week with other ads spread from Williamsburg to Sunset Park. The least expensive property on the list is a $230,000 Flatbush co-op, and the most expensive is a $7.4 million Gowanus carriage house.

Which would you choose?

10. In the Clinton Hill Historic District, this 1870s brownstone is a two-family home with a yard rental.

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Groenlaan 211
Price: $5.75 million
Area: Clinton Hill
Broker: Douglas Elliman (Zia O’Hara, Douglas (Doug) Bowen)
A Bay Ridge standalone with a garage and three others to see this weekend
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9. Back on the market with new photos and a floor plan, this Crown Heights wood-frame home is still enticing, with original details, a rear garage, and some newly discovered history.

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Dean Street 1408
Price: $2.1 million
Area: Crown Heights
Broker: Kompas (Matthew Kirby-Smith)
Crown Heights Second Empire wood frame with garage and marble mantel sells for $2.1 million
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8. This early 20th century row house for two families with a garden rental is located in Sunset Park.

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535 58th Street
Price: $1.65 million
Area: Sunset Park
Broker: Corcoran (Tim Stanard, Andrew Weitsman)
A standalone Prospect Park South and more to see, from $1.65 million
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7.This 1880s brownstone in the Park Slope Historic District is a two-family home with a rental unit above an owner’s triplex.

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Lincolnplaats 123
Price: $3.95 million
Area: Park slope
Agent: Corcoran (Katie A. Feola)
A standalone Prospect Park South and more to see, from $1.65 million
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6. This Gowanus carriage house has been converted into a three-bedroom single-family home with a roof deck.

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Degrawstraat 413
Price: $7.4 million
Area: Gowanus
Broker: Kompas (Louis Esposito)
A Bed Stuy Brownstone and three others to see, from $1.38 million
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5. This circa-1850 rowhouse in the historic Brooklyn Heights neighborhood features marble mantels, plasterwork and an original alcove staircase.

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Hicksstraat 290
Price: $5.75 million
Area: Brooklyn Heights
Agent: Serhant (Jim Hayes, Maggie Chong)
A Williamsburg Row House and three others on display, starting at $2.25 million
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4. This renovated brick row house in Williamsburg is designed as a single-family home and features wood floors, mantels and moldings.

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70 Conselyea Street
Price: $5.349 million
Area: Williamsburg
Agent: Corcoran (Jessica Buchman, Bryan Retaliata, Susanna Studwell, Hannah Simpson)
A Williamsburg Row House and three others on display, starting at $2.25 million
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3. This brownstone from Carroll Gardens is set up as a single-family home with the kitchen on garden level.

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Hoytstraat 292
Price: $2.25 million
Area: Carroll Gardens
Agent: Corcoran (Jackie Torren, Charlie Pigott)
A Williamsburg Row House and three others on display, starting at $2.25 million
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2. Converted into a residence in the early 20th century, this Brooklyn Heights home combines the allure of a former carriage house with stylish interiors and modern updates, including central air conditioning.

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253 Hicks Street
Price: $5.5 million
Area: Brooklyn Heights
Agent: Compass (Sandra Cordoba, Clare Saliba, Christine Dugan)
Charming Brooklyn Heights carriage house with roof deck asking $5.5 million
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1. This high-floor WWII studio is more spacious than most, with a foyer and dressing room.

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2601 Glenwood Road #5M
Price: $230,000
Area: Flatbush
Broker: Kompas (Tom Borrero)
Jitterbug-era flatbush studio with foyer, pointed arches and faceted bath asks $230,000
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