Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

This one is on Ocean Parkway. The details here are stunning for a brick house.
A bit of a closeup on the previous one
I never could get a proper shot of this one in Park Slope… love the colors!
Love the bricks! I guess this week is bricksville🙂

Except for this beauty!

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Pat
10/07/21

Thursday Doors Around Brooklyn

I tried to get fuller shots of the last two but it was under the protection of a huge tree. The details are beautiful. I wonder how much was preserved on the inside.

Pat
9/16/2021

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A closeup of the details of the above. It’s also a church door. this is my favorite this week
These three are doors to a Catholic Church & probably school.
Church in Sag Harbor, Long Island. A closeup of the above door
Love the details on this This one was in Sag Harbor too. A closeup of the above

This one is in Brooklyn.

In Brooklyn

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Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

I like the details on these.
I always liked this type of wood door.
This is an apartment building with a store on the ground floor. That corner really stands out.
Apartment building entrance.

I always wondered what the inside of one of these spaces look like. I imagine a reading nook.

A Baptist Church entrance. This just tucked into the neighborhood. On either side are houses. No big yard. That was so interesting

That’s all for this week.

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Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

Now, that’s a Reno!!! Looking spanking new!

An honest to goodness log cabin built in the 1930s, it used to be an ice cream parlor and luncheonette, now it belongs to Fillmore Real Estate.

The Packer Collegiate Institute is a day school for Pre-K through 12 in Brooklyn. A really nice looking building. Wonder what its like on the inside? Probably very well kept. It looks like money.

Love this row of houses. Finally got a chance to stop and take a photo without someone honking their horn🙂

The row is my fave this week

Pat R

7/22/21

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A closer shot of the entrance below
In my mind, a mini mansion
A craftsman, I think. .I was always in love with this house because of the fire place. There was another one further down this street. That is now demolished and an apartment building now stands there.
A church entrance. They are working on it.
Another one
This one is an apartment building entrance

I forget how many floors this one had. Love the details here.

Pat
7/08/21

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Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

Always liked this one for the porch. And the fact that it is brick.
This was a not so long ago do over. I really like the colors
These are a mix of other buildings… 3 families & 4 families
This is the entrance to an apartment building. I always admired the details on this. It always felt like it belonged on one of the mini mansions in the area.

Look at how huge those porches are!! This is my favorite this week.

Pat
7/01/21

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Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

This one looks like a leftover from last week post in the Hamptons, but it’s not It’s in Brooklyn.
This one just looks so big.
This one has been a few things over the years. Lately it has been a school for quite a while now. I like the style of it though I don’t know what it is. Its got ummph!!

This one is hiding in the bushes. Love the stripes.

Pat
6/24/21

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Thursday Doors – Sag Harbor

I spent the Saturday two weeks ago out in Sag Harbor on Long Island. It was quiet, quaint, lush, oceanfront and 10 degrees cooler than it was in Brooklyn at a breezy 81 degrees. Now I know why folks from Manhattan flock there during the summer. It seemed to be a place where the ocean breeze rules. And passion fruit and coconut donuts from Grindstone Coffee & Donuts. I’d take a ride back out there any time for those🙂. Just get one or two, because however many you get, you’re gonna eat ’em!

Old Whalers Church since 1844
Details of the archetecture.

I am not going to pretend to know what type it is, but boy, was it good to look at!!

We stopped off at one of the beaches.
And then another
The Windmill. My first. This is a visitors center, it had something to do with sailing

This (the last 5 photos), is what it looked like on the inside

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A long shot of the door above

No doorscursion lately. Caught this one in passing yesterday. Only one this week🙂.

Pat
5/27/21

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