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Lovely Renovated Brooklyn House Returns for $4.25M

Way back in the early days of 2014, this 19-foot-wide Prospect Heights townhouse appeared on the market as a fixer-upper that was "looking for a new owner to bring her back to that majesty" that its architect, Benjamin Driesler, intended when he built it in the early 1900s. Back then, the townhouse at 390 Sterling Place was asking a hefty $2.3 million, but given its stunning original details and mere status as a Brooklyn townhouse, it's not all that surprising it was snatched up in no time flat. Now, after a year and a half of renovations, the townhouse is back on the market for a whopping $4.25 million, and it's more stunning than ever.

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