It may possibly be another snowy weekend, but if you hoped to mark Valentine’s Working day by looking at some true estate we’ve obtained a team of houses to see, such as 19th century wooden frames in Prospect Heights and Bed Stuy and an early 20th century brick residence in Mapleton in estate problem. They vary in selling price from $3.5 million to $899,998.
Established in the tiny Bridge Plaza enclave of Downtown Brooklyn, this a few-household is a person of the surviving early to mid 19th century properties of the community that are now juxtaposed with new residential developments. At 18.5 feet huge, the brick home has lintels with Neo-Grec-design incised detailing and a bracketed cornice. There are 3 ground-by way of models along with a basement with laundry, a workshop and storage. It has been in the same spouse and children considering that the early 20th century according to the listing and will be delivered vacant. There are only a handful of interior shots but they exhibit rooms in move-in ready condition including a renovated kitchen area. There are glimpses of a several authentic inside specifics which includes two mantels. Among the the modern upgrades stated are new electric, boiler and roof.
In Prospect Heights, this early 19th century wood frame with its dentil cornice and picket door hood is a striking distinction to its neighbors — an adjacent parking garage and the Barclays Centre across the avenue. The single-relatives property has residing, eating, kitchen area and a complete bath on the garden stage and 4 bedrooms and two a lot more whole baths distribute across the upper two flooring. The renovated property has some interval details which include wide-planked floorboards on the garden stage and some Greek Revival ear moldings and early 19th century mantels upstairs. Most of the trim, mantels and even some flooring in the bedrooms have been painted a uniform white. There is a digital tour which provides a better see of the bonus home on the rear of the yard amount which has a skylight and obtain to the rear lawn. There is also a passthrough to the galley kitchen which has butcherblock counters and a wall of metal pegboard.
This pre-Civil War wooden-frame on Chauncey Road in Mattress Stuy has a good deal of control attraction with its front porch, bracketed cornice and shiny white facade. Whilst petite, the single-family members is 20 ft huge and fits living, eating and a bedroom with an en suite bathtub on the very first flooring and two additional bedrooms, an additional complete tub and a laundry area upstairs. The renovated interior has reclaimed oak floors and a mix of period of time aspects including Italianate mantels (painted), tin ceilings and early 20th century wall molding. The very first floor contains an open up plan, all-white kitchen with a large island separating it from the eating room. In addition to the gated entrance lawn, the rear lawn has a bluestone patio and is enclosed with a cedar fence. The residence is found within the Stuyvesant Heights historic district and is 1 of the row of wood-body buildings that is adjacent to an vacant whole lot that will be filled with four fashionable-on the lookout townhouses soon after recently obtaining LPC approval.
Shifting into the early 20th century, this semi-detached brick home in Mapleton is one in a row in which many many others have experienced some facade modifications. This a person retains some of its first detail like a stepped and curved parapet and brackets. Within, the one family members is in estate ailment but amidst the dropped ceilings and carpeting there are also information like initial wall moldings, a pier mirror and parquet flooring. There’s also a kitchen with some mid 20th century cupboards with initial pulls and scalloped trim. The 18-foot extensive property has entrance and rear enclosed porches along with living, dining and kitchen on the to start with floor. Upstairs are 4 bedrooms and one complete bath. The enclosed rear yard seems in have to have of a gardener with vision.
61 Duffield Street
Cost: $3.5 million
Spot: Downtown Brooklyn
Broker: Corcoran (Maura Jarach, Han Huang)
Saturday, February 13, 1 – 3 p.m. and Sunday, February 14, 1 – 3 p.m.
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474 Dean Road
Selling price: $2.295 million
Place: Prospect Heights
Broker: Compass (Aaron Mazor, Kelsey Hiscano)
Sunday February 14, 1:30 -3 p.m.
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45 Chauncey Avenue
Price tag: $1.35 million
Region: Mattress Stuy
Broker: Compass (Beverley Rouse)
Saturday February 13, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
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1912 61st Street
Broker: RE/MAX Edge (Michael E. Napolitano)
Saturday February 13, 1 – 3 p.m.
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