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A Dutch Farmhouse With a Barn in Midwood Wants $3.25M Photos: Dan Brody/Courtesy of Delton Cheng, Century 21 Homefront The historic home served as quarters for Hessian officers during the Revolutionary War. Price: $3,250,000 Location: Midwood, BrooklynThis 18th-century Dutch Colonial farmhouse, known as the Wyckoff-Bennett Homestead, stands on an otherwise unassuming street in the Madison section of Midwood in Brooklyn. ...
Ditmas Park Victorian With Wraparound Porch Asks $2.5M Photos: Allyson Lubow/Courtesy of Compass And there’s space for a home office. Price: $2,495,000 Location: Ditmas Park, BrooklynBuilt in 1930, this Victorian house at 241 Stratford Road isn’t part of any of the nearby historic districts, but its architectural style and tree-lined surroundings are consistent with Ditmas Park’s characterful suburban vibe. The ...