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Brownstone Belt Real Estate Roundup: Lordy, These Deals

One man’s trash pile is another man’s treasure, but nobody would confuse any of these swank Brownstone Belt digs for anything other than the stuff of caviar dreams.

(Courtesy Venus Shum of Brooklyn Real Property Inc.)

154 10th Street (Sponsored) 
Available: Now
Price: $1,199,000
Size: 3 bedroom/2.5 bathroom
Details: Enjoy the premium South Slope/Gowanus location of this beautiful and cozy home. It is a one family duplex replete with three bedrooms in addition to living room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, laundry room and 2.5 bathrooms, plus a with finished basement with 3/4 bath & separate entrances! House can be extended – Commercial FAR 2 FAR as built.
Contact: Venus Shum of Brooklyn Real Property Inc., (347) 526-5131 and jphore8888@aol.com

(Courtesy Zillow/Steve Halpern of Compass)

I can give you at least three reasons to lust after this Park Slope townhouse-style triplex at 517 2nd Street, #TPLX. The first reason is that for a scant $11,000 per month, you can call this five bedroom, two and a half bathroom beauty your home. The second reason is the massive shared outdoor patio and the third is the mammoth terrace.

(Courtesy Zillow/Steve Halpern of Compass)

This opulent pad still boasts all the fun and funk of Park Slope, in addition to close proximity to Prospect Park and fantastic train access. Of course, why would you ever leave an apartment like this once you got there? And to get there, call listing agent Steve Halpern of Compass.

(Courtesy Street Easy/Karen Heyman and Alan Heyman of Sotheby’s International Realty)

Can a $20 million apartment ever be a bargain? This Brooklyn Heights penthouse is plummeting in price, having dropped over $2 million since we last profiled it in January. That’s about the price of a one bedroom in (ew) Manhattan. However, it still clocks in at a weighty $21,500,000.

(Courtesy Street Easy/Karen Heyman and Alan Heyman of Sotheby’s International Realty)

This colossal five bedroom listed by Karen Heyman and Alan Heyman of Sotheby’s International Realty rises above Brooklyn Bridge Park at 360 Furman Street #1131, with breathtaking views of lower Manhattan and the East River. Inside, there’s a theater and a game room, amongst the plethora of amenities.

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