Nevertheless we could get a bit more snow this weekend, open properties are contacting, among the them some multi-people with probable and a quirky yet sleek and contemporary “tiny house” in Red Hook with impressive out of doors room. They are located in Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Greenpoint and the aforementioned Crimson Hook.
Starting off off in Park Slope, this 4-tale Romanesque Revival brownstone in the historic district has a range of beautiful original information and updates. It’s a a few-relatives, according to PropertyShark, but set up as a two-family members and used a one-loved ones, the listing suggests. The circa 1895 row residence has Colonial Revival mantels on the parlor floor, an authentic stair, woodwork and plaster information, and at least two clawfoot tubs. The ground approach also reveals the passthroughs with sinks, nevertheless they are not pictured. Established up as a triplex about a back garden-ground rental, the 18.5-foot-extensive property has a kitchen in rear parlor, a deck on the parlor level, a few wood-burning fireplaces, central air, and exterior fuel lights in both of those the entrance and rear. The bogs have been gently up-to-date, and while the kitchens do not show up recently refreshed, the residence appears to be in transfer-in situation. The furnace boiler and roof are new, and the facade has been restored, in accordance to the listing. It’s detailed at $3.7 million.
In Windsor Terrace, an early 20th century limestone on a corner ton comes with a garage. In estate issue, the two-family members has very a little bit of Edwardian element inside of and out. The attractive exterior seems to be in good shape, with a curved limestone entrance, striped product and rusty brick aspect, and blue-painted metal cornice with swags and dentils. The interior, set up as two railroad-fashion ground-by residences with baseboard heating, could use some notice. Vintage characteristics involve parquet with inlaid borders, wall moldings, pocket doors, an Arts and Crafts style stair, an first constructed-in in a bedroom, a stained glass skylight, and an aged gasoline sconce considering that converted to electrical in a wander-in closet. It’s asking $2.9 million.
In Greenpoint, a late 19th century brick a few-loved ones with brownstone trim is asking $2.098 million. Its three flooring-by way of railroad residences appear to be in move-in situation, and it will be delivered vacant, the listing states. The models keep a first rate amount of money of element, together with some slate mantels, wooden trim and a clawfoot tub. The rental-quality kitchens and loos show up relatively not long ago up-to-date, and the flats have broad openings involving rooms, exposed brick and arched doorways.
Shifting on to Purple Hook, a just-renovated “tiny house” has comprehensive landscaped grounds and outdoor areas. This a single-tale just one-household was a store in 1928, in accordance to an outdated certificate of occupancy. Now the interior is modern and modern-day, with a put together kitchen area-dining home, a single bed room and a single rest room. A deck leads to a separate office environment/studio established up as a dwelling room with place of work. Over and above is a huge landscaped yard with pergola, wooden walkway, and beds with gravel and plantings. On top of the studio is a rooftop deck. For sale by its owner-developer, it is mentioned for $1.595 million.
20 Polhemus Put
Rate: $3.7 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Maria Ryan, Libby Ryan)
Sunday February 7, 12 – 3 p.m.
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1 Sherman Street
Cost: $2.9 million
Space: Windsor Terrace
Broker: RE/MAX Actual Estate (Billy E. Apter, Vito Angelo)
Saturday February 6, 2 – 3:30 p.m.
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49 Sutton Road
Rate: $2.188 million
Broker: Century 21 Leading (Michael Dallal)
Saturday February 6, 12 – 1 p.m. and Sunday February 7, 12 – 1 p.m.
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68 Sullivan Avenue
Rate: $1.595 million
Spot: Red Hook
Sunday, February 7, 12 – 2 p.m.
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