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.
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.
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.
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.
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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