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Brownstone houses in Brooklyn Heights Historic District - Stock Image

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Brooklyn, NY, USA - July 19, 2012: Classic brownstone residential townhouses at the intersection of Pineapple and Willow streets in Brooklyn Heights Historic District. Pineapple Street to the left runs west down to the promenade with a view of Manhattan across the East River. Brownstone buildings, are a common feature of Brooklyn Streets, but few are as well preserved as this group of three. Brooklyn Heights was designated a landmarked historic district in 1965. These houses date from the 1800s. The neighborhood is residential and has hosted several famous people, including authors Truman Capote and Norman Mailer, and playwright Arthur Miller, all who lived within a block of this location.
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