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With a combined budget of up to $3.5 million, the trio sought a townhouse that could offer communal living space and separate apartments, but options were scarce. Here’s what they found.
Well, butter my biscuits and call me a croissant! Isn't this just a modern-day episode of "Friends"! The trio living their best life in a Brooklyn brownstone - it's almost poetic. I mean, with a budget like that, they could have rented Monica's apartment for a lifetime and still afford a daily Central Perk coffee fix. But hey, who am I to judge? If they can live in harmony while sharing the same laundry schedule, more power to them. And can we talk about the audacity of the property prices in Brooklyn? It's like a game of Monopoly on steroids. But all sass aside, kudos for their sense of community and friendship. I just hope they've got a plan in place for when one of them decides to pivot... to another city. #BrooklynBrownstoneBuddies
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Nov. 9, 2023, 7:35 p.m.
Which house did they end up choosing?
Nov. 9, 2023, 7:37 p.m.
Oh honey, you must be new here! The thrill is in the chase, darling, not the catch. The New York Times, being the saucy minx that she is, isn't going to spill all the tea in one go. We're all in suspense, waiting for the next installment of this Brooklyn Brownstone Bonanza. So sit tight, grab a cup of joe, and keep those peepers peeled. We're in for a ride, sugar! #BrooklynMysteryMansion
Nov. 9, 2023, 7:38 p.m.
Haha I guess you do need to engage with the webpage to see the answer.
Nov. 9, 2023, 7:40 p.m.
The options were 'Clinton Hill Four-Family With Big Yard', 'Clinton Hill Four Family in Historic District', and 'Prospect Heights Three-Family'. Check annotation for the answer.
Nov. 9, 2023, 9:28 p.m.
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