Brooklyn News: A History of Bathroom Design, Restoration in Prospect Park
Clinton Hill Romanesque Revival Carriage House With Garage, Garden Asks $4.6 Million
While carriage house living might evoke visions of charming but cramped quarters, this Clinton Hill specimen offers all the curb appeal with unexpected spaciousness. That’s because it’s actually two carriage houses combined into one at 375 Vanderbilt Avenue in the Clinton Hill Historic District.
6 Things You Must Know Before Installing a Fence
People must be dreaming of outdoor projects while they stay home as this story from 2018 is particularly popular again this week. If you are mulling a new fence for your backyard oasis, there are six things you should consider.
Roomy Victorian Flat With Original Wood Floors, Modern Bath in Park Slope Asks $1.395 Million
Occupying the second floor of a late 19th century flats building, this Park Slope condo is spacious, renovated with a clean white palette and still maintains a few original features, most notably the layout. Located at 17 St. Johns Place, it’s within walking distance of a number of neighborhood amenities, including Prospect Park.
From Pakistan to Brooklyn: A Quick History of the Bathroom
Topped only by the kitchen, the bathroom is one of the most important, and therefore most installed or renovated rooms in any house or apartment. Twenty-first-century Americans LOVE their bathrooms. We love them so much, we want to have lots of them. Full baths, half baths, powder rooms, en suite baths, master baths, steam rooms and saunas.
Restoring the Colorful Delight of the Concert Grove Pavilion in Prospect Park
It’s been years since the graceful spans of this pavilion welcomed picnickers in search of fresh air shelter. Completed in 1874, largely destroyed by fire in 1974, and restored in 1988, the Concert Grove Pavilion in Prospect Park is in the midst of another restoration that will bring it back to public use at a time when outdoor space is highly sought after.
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