Bedford-Stuyvesant

Bonus photos: Bed-Stuy eye candy

Eye On Real Estate

May 18, 2016 By Lore Croghan Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Fresh spring leaves frame 232 Hancock St., a Bed-Stuy home designed by one of BKLYN's most revered architects, Montrose Morris.
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The first roses are blooming in Bed-Stuy.

Gardeners have spring flowers bursting forth all over the neighborhood.

Some of them are trying to win the annual Greenest Block in Brooklyn contest.

Of course, Bedford-Stuyvesant has architectural eye candy on so many of its streets, whatever the season. But the historic rowhouses and stand-alone mansions look especially good when framed by blooming branches of lilac or spirea.


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