The rarest & most unique homes in NYC today.

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June 11, 2020

New York City is one of the oldest, most populated cities in the America’s, so people have found a home in almost every nook and cranny.  Imagine living in one of these places…

One of the most unique buildings on the market today – the former office of William Ulmer Brewery in Bushwick, Brooklyn.  The cobblestone courtyard and huge workshop makes it a true artists mansion.

174 Pacific Street in Cobble Hill was a 1800’s school house. The interior has so much character, just look at the floorplan!

The 4th floor on this Upper West Side townhouse is a “solarium” filled with light that opens to an incredibly charming private deck.

Half moon windows next to Washington Square park – you can’t get any more turn-of-the-century than that.  Incredible sunlight as you can imagine (here’s how we measure sunlight)

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