Open House Picks

Crown Heights
741 Eastern Parkway
Broker: Corcoran
Price: $1,399,000
Saturday 12:00 – 1:30, Sunday 12:00 – 1:00

Greenwood Heights
142 20th Street
Broker: Ideal Properties
Price: $1,299,000
Sunday 12:00 – 2:00

Bedford Stuyvesant
221 Macdonough Street
Broker: Rutenberg Realty
Price: $1,125,000
Saturday 1:00 – 2:30

Bedford Stuyvesant/Ocean Hill
174 Hull Street
Broker: Corcoran
Price: $750,000
Sunday 1:00 – 3:00

8 Comment

  • Clicking the Macdonough link takes you to the Greenwood house. Also where did that boarded up outside picture of the bottom house come from? There is no outside pic on their website and really showing the house abandoned and boarded up isn’t really reflective of how it is now. I guess its better than the Google view which shows the house had a major looking fire on the upper floor! I don’t see that mentioned anywhere in the ad however :-)

  • I’m interested to see how that Greenwood Heights house does. The price seems like a bit of a reach to me given the location of the property right off of 3rd Avenue next to the BQE (plus the fact that the relatively small building is divided into a two family). In particular this property compares disfavorably (in my opinion) with this house for $1.25 million The address isn’t stated on the listing, but that house 337 21st Street (between 6th and 7th). It’s in contract now, but if I were ready to purchase a house, I would have seriously considered an offer. Not so much on the subject property.

  • The Greenwood Heights bath tub is dangerous! It’s an accident waiting to happen!!

  • Check out the plaster ceiling and relief sculpture above the mantle on the Crown Heights House.

    -Adam Dahill

    • So much popcorn texture in the ceilings! How do you get rid of that? THe relief sculpture looks like it was installed where a pier mirror was originally, at least that’s what goes there in my place. Garish.

    • The relief thing is kind of neat, although not something I would want over my formal mantle. The ceilings are um, well, interesting, and very much like a popcorn ceiling on steroids. Must have been done to hide old cracks and/or imperfections of repair jobs.