Our picks for open houses last weekend are all move-in-ready and two include off-street parking. Found in Cobble Hill, Prospect Park South, Bed Stuy and Dyker Heights, they range in price from $975,000 to $3.995 million.
Here is one for the true brownstone lover who is ready to put the work in to preserve the abundance of intact interior details in this 1870s Clinton Hill Italianate. Plasterwork, mantels, marble sinks, lighting fixtures, interior shutters; it is all here, although in estate condition.
Complete with its own stoop-guarding griffins, this Park Slope brownstone has an exterior enlivened with ornamentation and an interior rich with woodwork, including a pier mirror, mantels, built-ins and pocket doors. Just a short stroll from Prospect Park at 529 3rd Street, the 1890s townhouse was renovated after it last sold in 2002 so there are some modern amenities like central air mixed in with the original details.
Plans for a long-awaited affordable housing development at the long-ignored Greenpoint Hospital site in East Williamsburg were enthusiastically embraced by local residents at a hearing last week.
Restored back to its original use as a guest house, this circa 1860s Greene County property offers up a more design-focused aesthetic than the modest woodframe may have originally sported thanks to the duo behind its transformation.
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