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Though you might not think of Bushwick as the go-to neighborhood for grand, free-standing turn-of-the-20th-century mansions, a historic strip of Bushwick Avenue is home to quite a few. Known as “Doctors’ Row” or “Brewer’s Row” (several of its homes were built by beer baron William Ulmer), the avenue still boasts a number of impressive free-standing townhouses, including the landmarked Huberty House at number 1019. Built in 1900, the 4,250-square-foot home was designed in the Colonial Revival style by Helmle & Huberty, designers of the Prospect Park Boathouse among others. Asking $2,700,000, the townhouse has been owned by the same family since 1937, and many of its original details remain intact.