Our picks for open up homes to examine out this weekend are found in Crown Heights and Bay Ridge. They array in selling price from $1.299 million to $2.1 million.
If you extravagant a contemporary inside and a well-preserved historic exterior, this one comes guilt no cost. Presently stripped right before its current renovation, the circa-1900 Crown Heights row home has a limestone facade, bow entrance, dog leg stoop and imposing cornice. It’s set up as a duplex more than a backyard garden apartment. The parlor ground is open up but simple on the eyes, with a modern-day working fireplace, desirable kitchen and glass-paned double doors top out to a deck. The duplex has a few bedrooms, an workplace, 2.5 bathrooms and some entertaining wallpapers. Updated mechanicals include things like central air and new radiators. The dwelling was previous on the current market in 2013 and marketed for $995,000 ahead of the the latest renovation.
610 Jap Parkway
Price: $2.1 million
Space: Crown Heights
Broker: Compass (Justin Dupree, Abby Dupree)
Sunday March 27, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
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In Bay Ridge, a very well-preserved early 20th century brick row residence has a bow entrance, vintage aspects and appears to be in transfer-in situation. Primary characteristics contain constructed-ins with stained glass accents, woodwork, fretwork, parquet with inlaid borders, and a eating room with Lincrusta panels and beamed ceiling. The up-to-date kitchen area has subway tile and an apron-entrance sink. A renovated toilet, just one of two in the property, has bead board partitions, black and white tile ground, pedestal sink and claw foot tub. There are four bedrooms and an intact passthrough with wardrobes and sink. The landscaped yard has a deck, patio and planting beds.
562 76th Road
Rate: $1.46 million
Location: Bay Ridge
Broker: Corcoran (Mary-Jean Gianquinto)
Saturday March 26 and Sunday March 27, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
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Also in Bay Ridge, a neo Colonial brick row house courting from the early 20th century has a tile roof and arched home windows and entry. In use as a solitary-family members, the two-relatives has a pier mirror and inlaid parquet. There are three bedrooms and 1.5 loos, in accordance to the listing.
569 77th Road
Cost: $1.299 million
Spot: Bay Ridge
Broker: Park Avenue Realty (Emily S. Cherson)
Sunday March 27, 1 – 3 p.m.
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