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

https://openawd.com/news/409-411-vanderbilt-avenue-brooklyn/

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

https://www.movoto.com/brooklyn-ny/411-vanderbilt-ave-brooklyn-ny-11238-484_6cc221fc199e63e3b91a5/?popphoto=1#propertyPop

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 Church..in Fort Greene I think

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