Fall house-hunting season is in full swing and there’s plenty of inventory — good news for those who are house hunting or just like to spend Sundays gawking at real estate. Here are a few on view this weekend, spanning Fort Greene, Midwood and Crown Heights.
On Ashland Place in Fort Greene we’ve got a four-story brownstone that’s a generous 22 feet wide, with an extra-grand, richly detailed parlor floor. It’s set up as a one-family, with five bedrooms and a study spread over the top two floors.
Not far away on Clermont Avenue, we present a three-story frame house with a front porch and a front garden, being shown for the first time. This one is a two-family, with a rental on the garden level and a four-bedroom duplex above, which has undergone a “partial renovation.”
Moving over to East 24th Street in Midwood, we’ve got a massive 1910 Victorian that’s set up as a single home, but could be converted to a two-family. Opt for the first scenario and you’ve got seven bedrooms to play with, not to mention enough auto capacity for a car collector, with a two-car garage and a driveway that will fit four more.
Last up is a limestone located on Union Street in Crown Heights. This one’s got an owner’s duplex with a three-bedroom rental on the top floor, and is newly renovated with updated electrical, plumbing and mechanicals.