Brownstoner Makes Nabeguy’s Brooklyn Heights Pad House of the Day

While we’re totally bummed that Nabeguy has decided to move out of the neighborhood, we were jazzed to see that his place is featured on Brownstoner as its “House of the Day”:

Brownstoner: This clapboard house at 56 Middagh Street in Brooklyn Heights hit the market shortly before Christmas with an asking price of $3,600,000. It’s a charmer to be sure (love those wide floorboards!) but for that price the kitchen is a bit of a letdown. But the again consider that there’s an income-generating apartment on the ground floor and that the 3,200-square-foot house (recently listed in the Marketplace) comes with a 400-square-foot side lot with room to park three cars. That’s gold in The Heights!

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  • Alanna

    I want to move into that ground floor apt!! what is it renting for now? …oh and congrats on that advertisement on Brownstoner! :)

  • Since47

    I might have missed it the first time around, Nabeguy, but where are you moving?

  • x

    I wanana buy it for 200 trillion.

  • Peter

    Good Luck Nabeguy. hope your not leaving Brooklyn.

  • nabeguy

    x, I’ll consider 199 trillion. But we have to close by tomorrow.

  • AEB

    Excellent, nabe! If I buy the house, will you supply the cars?

  • nabeguy

    Accepted Andrew. I don’t mean to sound like the proverbial old man screaming “get off of my lawn!!”. But, in this case, please, get off of my lawn.

  • nabeguy

    Whoops, wrong thread.

  • Historian

    A new kitchen is not expensive when compared to that price range. It’s things like heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical where the real cost is.