Heights Home With Garage and Three More to See This Weekend, Starting at $1.499 Million


    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.

    First up, a narrow, bay windowed, brick four-story in Brooklyn Heights with minimal original details. But it does have that holy of holies: a two-car garage in the backyard. A two-family, the home is currently configured as a garden-level rental beneath a triplex with second-floor eat-in kitchen and parlor-level living and dining room. The only visible historic notes are some plaster wall moldings, sporadic exposed brick and five decorative mantels.

    In Park Slope now, we have a four-story configured as a garden rental beneath a triplex. The home has a number of well maintained historic notes, including plaster wall and ceiling moldings, window surrounds, arched double doors and ceilings and eight decorative mantels. The triplex has a large, eat-in kitchen on its parlor level as well as a terrace leading down to the two-tiered, stone-paved backyard. All pictured bathrooms and kitchens appear to be recently renovated. The upper floors are similarly configured, with one full bath and two bedrooms separated by a walk-in closet which also serves as a pass-through. The garden rental has a galley kitchen, bath with stand-up shower and its single-bedroom in a rear extension with sliding doors leading to the garden.

    Next, in Windsor Terrace, a circa 1900s barrel-fronted two-family with triple bay windows and parquet floors. Configured as a two-bedroom, third-floor rental above an owners duplex. The first floor has a double parlor and brick-walled back garden. There are some plaster wall moldings and millwork window and door surrounds. The kitchens and pictured bath appear updated. Couch dog is not included.

    Last up, in Ditmas Park, a freestanding wood frame with grey clapboard siding and red accents. The home boasts abundant historic details, including coffered ceilings, parquet floors, plaster wall moldings, a working fireplace with mantel, window surrounds and arched doorways. The kitchen and bathrooms don’t appear to have been updated in some time. There’s a large, covered front porch, an enclosed back porch, one-car garage, private driveway, dining room window seat and an unfinished attic space.


    45 Hicks Street
    Price: $3.975 million
    Area: Brooklyn Heights
    Broker: Compass (Keith Arthur)
    Sunday 1 – 2:30 p.m.
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    25 Lincoln Place
    Price: $3.295 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Brown Harris Stevens (Charles L. Ruoff)
    Sunday 1 – 2:30 p.m.
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    572 Prospect Avenue
    Price: $2.195 million
    Area: Windsor Terrace
    Broker: Corcoran (Michael Tannen, Judith Lief)
    Saturday 2 – 3:30 p.m. and Sunday 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
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    514 East 16th Street
    Price: $1.499 million
    Area: Ditmas Park
    Broker: Compass (Laura Rozos)
    Sunday 12 – 1:30 p.m.
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