Brooklyn Information: Ms. Maisel goes to Coney Island

Wallpaper-filled Park Slope brownstone in good condition with marble paneling is asking for $ 2.35 million

This Neo-Grec from the 1870s is filled with some eye-catching wallpaper and has a certain design flair in its interior in good condition. There is also marble paneling, pocket doors, hardwood floors, and a staircase among the many original details.

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Photo by Erica Price

Coney Island steps back in time to the filming of ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’

Coney Island took a step back in time this week when stars from “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” took to the historic Riegelmann Boardwalk to film scenes for the show’s upcoming fourth season.

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Interior of 365 Clinton Avenue Apt 2G in Clinton Avenue Brooklyn

One bedroom in Clinton Hill Cooperatives with double exposure, blue tiled bath asks $ 650,000

In a WWII residential complex originally designed for naval officers and soldiers, this Clinton Hill cooperative has some appealing features, including a spacious layout with space for a home office.

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Exterior view of 1643 Glenwood Road Brooklyn

Midwood Park Standalone with wood burning fireplace, parking lot priced at $ 1.495 million

This early 20th-century single family home in the historic Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park neighborhood with a bright red door, windowed porch, and clapboard and timber framing front gable has a lot of curb appeal. The Arts and Crafts-style house at 1643 Glenwood Road is also the work of renowned architects Slee & Bryson, who designed around 30 houses in the district.

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Interior of 685 East 22nd Street in Brooklyn

South Midwood craft house with mantels, fixtures, garage priced at $ 2.495 million

Behind a permastone facade sits this self-contained early 20th century building with a surprising abundance of original woodwork, including mantels, paneling, and built-ins. 685 22nd Street is on the corner of Farragut Avenue in the Micro Hub of South Midwood and also has a two-car garage.

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