Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

This was a what tha..& pull over sighting in my movement around Brooklyn a few days ago. I was able to Google it and found some info on it. It’s a Queen Anne Style carriage house built in 1882! From what I read this is in Clinton Hills. Part of what was once mansion row. To read more about it go here

To see what it looked like on the inside when it was listed for sale go here

I think I read that it sold this past January for $3.7 mil. Another one of those odd pockets of really cool houses you can find around Brooklyn. I call them survivors.

Not far away from those, were these frame houses. Another pocket. These were either in Fort Greene or Clinton hills.

I just loved the blue on this door. And on a closer look I noticed th ironwork. Nice, I thought

This one is the door to a huge Presbyterian Fort Greene I think

That is all for this week for Thursday Doors over at No Facilities with Dan. To participate or see other entries go here .

14 responses to “Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

  1. Thank you so much for including those links with the carriage house. I loved studying the detail drawing for the doors and windows. I also like the interior shots, although a bit modern for my tastes. I guess I’ll keep my 3 million for now 😉

    The other doors you have today are equally lovely. Thanks for sharing these, Pat.


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