HGTV Features Halstead Agent, 220 Columbia Heights

HGTV’s features Thomas Brophy of Halstead Brooklyn Heights and his 220 Columbia Heights listing as part of a series about “pre-war style.”

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  • Topham Beauclerk

    Grinling Gibbons woodwork? Not impossible though fairly unlikely.

    Were pre-war – ridiculous phrase – real estate brokers as appalling as these? Their manner suggested they were anything but real estate brokers – property owners, architects, art historians, film makers etc. The tootsie on the sofa was especially awful.

  • Tony

    Yes, all you need is many millions of dollars and you too can have all this “warmth”! I second Topham’s disgust with the “pre-war” label. I’ve always understood the phrase to mean buildings from the 1920s and ’30s. I’ve never heard an 1880s brownstone called “pre-war.”