Fiske Terrace Colonial Revival and Three More to See This Weekend, Starting at $1.299 Million

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    All but one of our open house picks this weekend have a coveted garage, and all appear to be move-in condition. Two are located in historic districts — Fiske Terrace Midwood Park Historic District, Prospect Park South Historic District — and the others in Sheepshead Bay and Crown Heights.

    First up, there’s a single family standalone in the Prospect Park South Historic District that was built circa 1910 by architect Benjamin Driesler. It has a driveway with garage in the backyard, first floor sun room and interior details including decorative mantels and parquet floors. The tiled foyer leads down marble steps into the sprawling gallery and sunken parlor and living room. A rear dining room has tray ceilings, a full wall of windows and leaded glass, and is adjacent to the large kitchen with breakfast nook. Upstairs, the bay windowed master bedroom has a walk-in closet and ensuite bath with a small, open washbasin shower. The other two bedrooms on the second floor have a bath with separate toilet and enclosed shower and tub. All three full-bathrooms in the home have double vanities.

    After that, in the Fiske Terrace Midwood Park Historic District, we have a single-family standalone Colonial Revival style house. Built circa 1906, the three-story property is the only open house pick without a garage, although it does have a front porch with overhang, brick steps and a wooden backyard deck large enough to fit a full dining room setup. The first floor contains a bay windowed den, living and dining rooms, kitchen with island and a half-bath. A set of dark wood stairs lead to the bedrooms on the upper levels. Original details are limited to some stained glass and parquet floors. There are French doors on the entry level and one of the upper bathrooms boasts a clawfoot. The basement contains mechanicals, laundry, a full-bath and storage.

    Next, in Crown Heights, there’s an early 20th century brick row house set back from the sidewalk with a front garden. A one-family, this home brags a two-car garage, which the listing says has a roof deck. The home also has parquet floors, built-ins and tray ceilings. The eat-in kitchen looks is open to the dining room and there’s a second living room in the nearly windowless downstairs level, which also contains a bedroom, laundry and a bar. Two of the upstairs bedrooms are connected by a walk-in-closet passthrough. According to the listing, the basement is finished and there’s a stained glass skylight and fireplace, though neither are pictured.

    Wrapping it up, we have a semi-detached 20th century two-story brick home in Sheepshead Bay with parquet floors and a shared driveway with two-car garage. Currently configured as a two-family, both kitchens have adjacent nooks for a dining area. The upper unit, which has three bedrooms to the lower unit’s two, is overall in far better shape. The basement is finished, according to the listing, and has a kitchen and laundry room.

    120 Stratford road

    120 Stratford Road
    Price: $2.25 million
    Area: Ditmas Park
    Broker: Compass (Martin Eiden, Shawn Wilson and Michael Kochman)
    Sunday 1 – 3 p.m.
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    50 wellington court

    50 Wellington Court
    Price: $2.05 million
    Area: Flatbush
    Broker: Dwell Residential (Myrta Echevarria)
    Sunday 1:30 – 2:45 p.m.
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    180 Crown Street

    180 Crown Street
    Price: $1.95 million
    Area: Crown Heights
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Sharon Burroughs and Paige Washington)
    Sunday, by appointment
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    2561 east 24th street

    2561 East 24th Street
    Price: $1.299 million
    Area: Sheepshead Bay
    Broker: Madison Estates (Joanna Pizzolorusso)
    Sunday noon – 2 p.m.
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