Modern Bed Stuy Italianate and Three More to See This Weekend, Starting at $2.175 Million

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    This weekend’s open house picks include homes in Park Slope, Boerum Hill and Bed Stuy. All have original details and are in move-in condition, with the number of modern additions varying widely.

    First up, in Park Slope, a four-story, three-family brownstone configured as an owners duplex beneath two floor-through rentals. There are plaster wall moldings, millwork window surrounds, tin ceilings and facade lintels in the way of original details, with modern updates including hardwood floors. The lower unit has a garden-level kitchen, bath, living room and two parlor-level bedrooms, as well as exclusive yard access. The upper rentals both have one-bedroom. All units feature galley kitchens — the only one pictured has a dishwasher and multicolored tile backsplash and floors. Both rentals are currently occupied, according to the listing.

    Next, in Boerum Hill, a brick single-family three-story with a wood-burning fireplace in the dining room. This quaint but stately home has an open plan garden-level with a front living area, back dining area and galley kitchen in between. Original details include pocket doors, full walls of built-in shelves, millwork door and window surrounds and five decorative mantels in addition to the working fireplace. The parlor floor has a vestibule, rear library and front living room and full bath, and the third floor contains the two-bedrooms and a home-office sized space.

    In Bed Stuy, there’s a two-family, three-story home that’s currently configured as an owners duplex above a one-bedroom. The gut-renovated home retains its window surrounds, some exposed brick, the carved newel posts and four intricate mantels. The rest of the space, though, is thoroughly modern, with inset lighting and new floors.

    Staying in Bed Stuy, this four-story Italianate with three-story rear extension is configured as two floor-through apartments beneath a duplex. For details, there are plaster ceiling moldings, arched doorways, original carved newel posts and five decorative mantels. The rest of the property is thoroughly modern, with slate grey floors and bare walls.

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    310 6th Street
    Price: $3.15 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Halstead (Luke Alberts)
    Sunday 1 – 3 pm
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    116 Bergen Street
    Price: $2.995 million
    Area: Boerum Hill
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (James Kerby)
    Sunday 12 – 2 pm
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    692 Madison Street
    Price: $2.175 million
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Nest Seekers (Ryan Serhant and Sara and Joshua Golan)
    Saturday 12 – 1:30 pm and Sunday 3 – 4 pm
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    223 Macdonough Street
    Price: $2.69 million
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Compass (Jevon Gratineau)
    Sunday 12 – 1 pm
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