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We’ve seen impressive interest in this property demonstrated in the short time we’ve marketed it.
Admittedly, it caught us by surprise because we’ve only promoted here at this site for nearly the entire month of April.
But while the demand may have surprised us, what didn’t is the reaction customers and brokers have had when they tour this magnificent brownstone row house in the landmark district of Crown Heights North.
And this property has seen impeccable stewardship by its current owner, as its been beautifully restored and maintained with the persistence of a museum curator.
Brooklyn’s gilded age is exemplified in this Dean Street turn of the century Brownstone row house just around the corner from Grant Square and down the block from the old Union League Club building.
This property is priced competitively and is one of the few attractive home buying opportunities available in Crown Heights today.
want to know what this place looks like behind that big oak wood door?
Well, the wait is over!
We’ve just finished putting the photo gallery on a recent post that will help people understand more about properties designated historic landmarks anytime the Landmark Preservation Commission creates a new historic district in New York City.
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