A Marine Park Deco-Era House With a Garage and Three More to See This Weekend, Starting at $725K


    Our selections for open houses to see this weekend include two houses in need of work and two in move-in-ready condition. Found in Park Slope, Bed Stuy and Marine Park, they range in price from $725,000 to $3.995 million. Which will you see?

    Starting off, this Renaissance Revival-style Park Slope brownstone on 2nd Street offers an exterior with original details, including a deep cornice with fascia windows, and more on the inside, including mantels, woodwork, shutters and wood floors. It is a two-family with a triplex above a one-bedroom garden-level apartment and appears to be in move-in condition. The owner’s triplex includes the parlor level with the rich detail and a renovated kitchen at the rear of the floor. Above are two floors of bedrooms with a renovated full bath per floor. It is asking $3.995 million.

    In Bed Stuy, this Jefferson Avenue brownstone is in need of some TLC but there’s plenty of unpainted woodwork (including a massive newel post and door surrounds) along with stained glass, mantels and wood floors to be found in the four-family row house. It’s currently set up as a three-family with a duplex on the garden and parlor levels and an apartment per floor above. The garden level appears mid-renovation, as does a kitchen on an upper level in need of rewiring and a tile backsplash. The cellar is finished and has a wet bar with counter and cabinets as well as a full bathroom, according to the listing. Just one bathroom is shown, and it has some mid-20th-century style with all blue fixtures and tile. The list is $1.8 million.

    In true estate condition is this 19th century two-story wood frame on 12th Street in Park Slope. Likely dating from the 1860s or so, the two-family is just two rooms deep with a one-bedroom apartment above a duplex. The house has arched double entry doors, Italianate-style arched marble mantels, pocket doors, tin ceilings and an original stair with curving mahogany banister and round newel post. There are also wood floors, including some wide ones, although the photos show some floors on the garden and upper levels have been covered with linoleum. The photos show only a glimpse of the garden level kitchen in the duplex and none of the bathrooms (each unit has only one), so presumably they are in need of work. The house is attached on one side; there is an empty lot next door. It’s priced at $1.525 million.

    Finally, in Marine Park is the most recently constructed house, a 1930s semi-detached brick number on East 36th Street that offers a shared driveway and a one-car garage. The single-family home is just 16 feet wide. The enclosed porch has been opened up to the living room, and period arched openings separate the latter from the dining room and the eat-in kitchen beyond. Upstairs are three bedrooms that appear to have original parquet floors. The full bathroom is awash in vintage pink tile on the floor and most of the walls with fixtures to match. Laundry and a half-bath are in the semi-finished basement. The ask is $725,000.

    park slope homes for sale

    462 2nd Street
    Price: $3.995 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Corcoran (Jackie Torren, Charlie Pigott)
    Sunday January 24, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
    See it here ->

    629 jefferson avenue

    629 Jefferson Avenue
    Price: $1.8 million
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Compass (Malika Oyo)
    Saturday January 23 and Sunday January 24, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
    See it here ->

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    park slope 226 12th street

    226 12th Street
    Price: $1.525 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: LG Fairmont (Charissa Sheptak)
    Saturday January 23, 1:30 – 3 p.m. and Sunday January 24, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    See it here ->

    marine park

    1542 East 36th Street
    Price: $725,000
    Area: Marine Park
    Broker: Corcoran (Gina Bartnik)
    Saturday January 24, 1 – 3 p.m.
    See it here ->

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