Our choices for open properties to see on this sunny weekend all have a bit of interval depth to supply. Located in Park Slope, Ditmas Park West, Mattress Stuy and Bay Ridge, they assortment in price tag from $1.45 million to $3,999,995.
Starting off off on Lincoln Put in the Park Slope Historic District, this 1880s brownstone has an desirable exterior that mixes Romanesque Revival on the parlor degree with a contact of Queen Anne in the oriel previously mentioned. The inside of the two-relatives dwelling is in have to have of a little bit of TLC but there are plenty of information, such as moldings, created-ins, pocket doorways and mantels with unique tile surrounds. Only a person of the a few whole baths is pictured, and it has mid century pink fixtures blended with later tile partitions and a medicine cabinet. The 1 kitchen revealed is quite conventional but appears in superior ailment.
On Argyle Road in the Flatbush micro nabe of Ditmas Park West, a Dutch Colonial Revival has some curb attraction of its personal with a columned front porch and a vibrant yellow doorway drawing the eye to the entrance. The two-spouse and children standalone has a initial-floor 3-bed room, a single-tub rental and an owner’s duplex with 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths higher than. The primary woodwork in both models has been given a coat of white paint and walls have been opened up or eliminated absolutely in favor of much more open plan dwelling and eating rooms. Equally units have renovated kitchens and baths and surface shift-in prepared. There is a private driveway and garage.
Paint handles the first brownstone and limestone facade of this 1890s row property in the Bed Stuy Historic District but its first specifics are continue to seen, such as the rusticated basement and the ornamental corbels beneath the next tale home windows. The three-relatives has an owner’s duplex with two apartments earlier mentioned, and period information incorporate fretwork, mantels, plasterwork, wooden floors and built-ins. Two of the bathrooms revealed have claw foot tubs and 1 has primary shell-patterned border tiles. A video clip tour of the home is obtainable upon ask for.
Last but not least, in Bay Ridge, an early 20th century bow entrance property is packed with first element on the interior. The solitary-household residence has a pier mirror, wooden flooring, image rail, created-ins, a stained glass skylight and an Arts and Crafts design stair. The dining area has a coffered ceiling and original embossed wall covering (most likely Lincrusta) below the plate shelf. Unfortunately, a renovation taken out one wall and inserted a huge kitchen area island that protrudes into the home and incorporates a round dining table. It is a jarring contrast to the time period detail but it could be removed to make a galley kitchen area. There are 3 bedrooms, a property place of work and a full tub earlier mentioned. Laundry, a rec area and a further entire bath are in the concluded basement.
98 Lincoln Area
Selling price: $3,999,995
Place: Park Slope
Broker: Exr (Keon Wilson)
Saturday March 20 and Sunday March 21, 8 a.m. – noon
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554 Argyle Road
Price tag: $2.395 million
Space: Ditmas Park West
Broker: Bedford Brownstone Realty (Michael Feldman)
Sunday March 21, midday – 1 p.m.
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376 MacDonough Road
Price: $2.05 million
Location: Bed Stuy
Broker: City Perspective Realty (Walston Bobb-Semple)
Saturday March 20, 2 – 3 p.m and Sunday March 21, 1 – 3 p.m.
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573 76th Avenue
Price: $1.45 million
Location: Bay Ridge
Broker: Compass (Clare Saliba, Sandra Cordoba)
Sunday March 21, 1 – 3 p.m.
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