An Italianate With Parking in Greenpoint and Three More to See, Starting at $759K


    Our picks for open houses to check out this weekend comprise a sampler of architectural styles spanning the mid 19th century to the early 20th century. Found in Park Slope, Greenpoint and Marine Park, the houses appear to be in move-in condition, and two come with parking. They range in price from 759,000 to $3.199 million.

    This bow-fronted row house at 427 4th Street in Park Slope built at the turn of the last century has many original details that reflect the period’s transition from Neo-Classical to Craftsman. Clad in pale stone with terra-cotta ornament, the two-family comprises a top floor rental over an owner’s duplex. With a low stoop, all living for the duplex is on the first floor, including two parlors, a formal dining room and, housed in a rear extension, a strip kitchen and a room with laundry and toilet. Original details include a pier mirror, wood floors with inlaid borders, Neo-Classical mantels, an Arts and Crafts-style tile fireplace and wood wainscoting. Upstairs, the bedrooms, bathrooms and passthroughs with original sinks and three-way mirrors appear to be in good condition. A petite backyard with patio is nicely landscaped. It’s asking $3.199 million.

    Close by in South Slope, a narrow brick two-family combines 19th century details with graceful modern updates. The 16.42-foot-wide house at 320 13th Street is configured as an owner’s duplex over a garden-floor rental. There are carved white marble mantels, moldings, shutters and a turned wood newel post. Modern updates from a 2015 renovation include a window seat, parlor-floor galley kitchen, steel deck, attractive radiators, built-ins, modern bathrooms, central air and a landscaped backyard. The price is $2.895 million.

    Set back from the street in Greenpoint is a petite single-family wood-frame house with its own parking spot. Only 16.67 feet wide by 29 feet deep, this mid-19th-century townhouse at 104a Dupont Street was originally one of a row of three, old tax photos show. Last renovated in 2007, it has a modern interior with rustic touches, including an exposed brick chimney. Two rooms deep, the house has two bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, a terrace, a large front yard with a patio and parking space, and a nicely landscaped backyard. It’s asking $1.95 million.

    In Marine Park at 2158 East 37th Street is a circa 1920s Dutch Colonial Revival-style single-family with a garage. Although the historic tax photo shows the house has lost a few of its original details such as its quarter round windows on either side of the chimney, nonetheless it retains plenty of charm inside and out. Interior features include a sunroom open to the living room, arched openings, parquet floors, a Craftsman-style staircase and a built-in with scalloped trim. The updated kitchen and bathrooms, while not recently renovated, appear to be in good condition. It’s listed for $759,000.

    interior of 427 4th street brooklyn

    427 4th Street
    Price: $3.199 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Brown Harris Stevens (Jeffrey Zoldan)
    Saturday June 12 and Sunday June 13, 1 – 4 p.m.
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    interior of 320 13th street

    320 13th Street
    Price: $2.895 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Compass (Abigail Palanca, Courtney Smelter)
    Saturday June 12 and Sunday June 13, 12 – 1 p.m.
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    exterior of 104a dupont street in greenpoint

    104a Dupont Street
    Price: $1.95 million
    Area: Greenpoint
    Broker: Compass (Yuval Vidal)
    Sunday June 13, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
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    exterior of 2158 East 37th Street

    2158 East 37th Street
    Price: $759,000
    Area: Marine Park
    Broker: Bergen Basin Realty (Doreen Alfano, Lee S. Wasserman)
    Saturday June 12, and Sunday June 13, 1 – 3 p.m.
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