Definitions for "Brownstone"
A dark variety of sandstone, much used for building purposes.
a building, especially a dwelling, faced with brownstone{1}.
sandstone of characteristic brown to reddish color. Used extensively in cities such as Boston & New York for both residential and commercial applications.
One to six floors. No doorman. Built in the early 1900s as single family homes and many were converted during World War II to create multiple apartments (3-10 units per building.) Brownstones have "charm." Square footage is generally less than a similar room count would provide in a doorman building.
Is a catch all word for brick townhouses.
a type of townhouse
Keywords:  grammy, grapevyne, eagles, can't, song
Brownstone was a Grammy Award nominated female R&B group popular during the mid-1990s. They are best known for the 1995 hit single, "If You Love Me". They also had some success with the singles "Grapevyne", and "I Can't Tell You Why", a song originally recorded by the Eagles.
A 19 th century house which shares a common wall with the neighboring property.