This weekend’s open house picks include homes in Brooklyn Heights, Ditmas Park, Park Slope and Windsor Terrace. Two have private garages, all have historic notes and are in move-in condition.
With concrete floors (still paint-spattered), soulful brick walls and 21-foot-high ceilings, character was a given in this bi-level loft, which was used as artists’ workspace before being renovated in an early wave of condo conversions
An affordable housing lottery has opened for a whopping 240 newly constructed units in three buildings that are part of the second phase of East New York’s Livonia Commons complex, located at 453 Hinsdale Avenue, 500 Livonia Avenue and 487 Livonia Avenue.
There’s no better feeling than finally moving into your home after a major renovation. But that joy can quickly turn to dismay if rodents decide to move in along with you.
It’s fairly difficult to avoid charming towns when exploring the Hudson Valley — the question might be which best suits one’s particular needs as a country respite. Kinderhook might fit the bill as a town rich with history and architectural character.
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