Top 5 Stories on Brownstoner This Week: Brooklyn Real Estate Market Continues to Rebound
After the pandemic put a hold on 2020 celebrations, everyone was wondering where to view the Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks this year.
With a ghostly presence, a Revolutionary War rebel as a resident and presidential visits, this 17th century house in Suffolk County has more than its share of stories, whether they be true or just tall tales.
Designed as a two-family, this early 20th century row house in Crown Heights still has many of the original features, both aesthetic and practical, included by the builder to lure buyers. Fretwork, mantels, a pier mirror, plasterwork and stained glass are all here, along with the…