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Within the borders of Brooklyn, New York, you will find a huge variety in architectural styles from
modern to historic. From the attached brownstone townhomes in Park Slope to the beach cottage look
in Brighton Beach, you’ll see high rise buildings, fully attached row homes, semi-detached homes and
fully detached houses. You’ll see brick and frame construction and the full range of facades, from stucco
and stone to siding and bare brick. Many of the communities that are located close to Manhattan and
are well served by public transportation like Brooklyn Heights, which overlooks the Brooklyn Bridge,
Carrol Gardens and Williamsburg have become gentrified in recent years, driving housing costs up, yet
there are still pockets of long-time residents whose homes hark back to days gone by. In some areas, a
difference of one city block can put you into a different school district, or make a big difference in the
price you’ll pay for your home. Don’t go it alone! Let an expert realtor, like Sharon Frank be your guide.

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