Brooklyn News: Kings County Nurseries Development

A Bed Stuy Brownstone With Original Stove and Three More to See, Starting at $1,582 Million

Our picks for open houses to check out last weekend were found in Bed Stuy and Sunset Park. They range in price from $1,582 million to $2,275 million.

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Grand Carroll Gardens Brownstone Asking $13.995 Million Could Be Razed for Apartments

This massive circa 1870s Carrol Gardens brownstone certainly catches the eye with some impressive original interior details, five apartments, parking and one of the deep front gardens that are a hallmark of the neighborhood. It also boasts an equally eye-popping asking price of $13.995 million. Since it sits on a 52.5-foot-wide lot outside of the petite Carroll Gardens Historic District, 76 1st Place will likely attract those eyeing the development potential.

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The library by Collyer’s Mansion. Photo by Susan De Vries

Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse Wows With Architectural Grandeur and Design Imagination

For a rare peek into a sumptuous 1839 Greek Revival townhouse and the fertile imaginations of a score of talented local interior designers, put the 2022 Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse on your must-see list. Its five floors, from garden to solarium, have been dreamily reimagined in a summer of whirlwind effort, and will be open to the public from Friday, September 23 through October 30.

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Photo by Anna Bradley-Smith

Kings County Nurseries and Parking Lot to Be Replaced by Two Seven-Story Apartment Buildings

A new seven-story apartment building will rise at 625 New York Avenue in East Flatbush, the site of the longstanding, family-run Kings County Nurseries, building department records show.

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Photo by Katherine Marks

Park Slope Row House With Architect-Designed Color Blocked Reno, Central Air Asks $3.45 Million

This 1880s brick row house in Park Slope got a sleek architect-designed reno that opened up the floor plan and inserted custom built-ins with bold splashes of color. There’s an original newel post and stair, a marble mantel and some moldings at 423 10th Street, but otherwise it has new finishes and upgrades like central air.

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