This is a brownstone in Park Slope. I wonder if the owner did that themselves. Can you imagine living here as a kid. Must be like living in a story book🙂
Built in 1876..A Reformed Church. A small church. I’ve never been inside, pass it all the time. I read there is an interesting organ in there.
A building I passed by in Sheepshead Bay, I think. Had to Google it for the name. Very different!
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Only three this time. That middle one is my favorite. I really like the simplicity of the last one too.
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This one is hiding in the bushes. Love the stripes.
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I think this was a church…no names out front though.
Got busted taking this one on Sunday. “Miss! Miss! Why are you taking pictures of my house?” “Because, I LOVE YOUR DOOR!!!!”
Then there were smiles all around and a conversation as to its age. Sounds new enough, they got it unvarnished at Home Depot.
I have to go back to this street. Every home on this block is a sprawling victorian. And I mean, sprawling!! There are pockets of them around Brooklyn
It seems everyone on this block was sprucing up for spring!
Well, this wasn’t supposed to be a part of anything. This is a photo I took so I could remember where I was parked😀. But they are handsome houses.
I wanted to touch, tap it maybe to see if it was metal or stone. But the worker and the person that seemed to be the owner were standing there. Next time.
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