A Standalone With a Garage in Ditmas Park and Three More to See, Starting at $1.295 Million

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    This week’s open houses include three row houses and one standalone, all with a bit of original detail. Located in Park Slope, Ditmas Park, Prospect Lefferts Gardens and Flatbush, they range in asking price from $1.295 million for a limestone in Flatbush to $2.495 million for a brick row house in Park Slope. Keep in mind that most open houses still require appointments to be scheduled before viewing.

    This two-family brick row house in Park Slope is on the narrow side at just over 17 feet wide, but is set up as a single-family to make the most of the space. It’s got an open plan living room and a renovated kitchen with white cabinets and a blue tile backsplash on the garden level. Upstairs the parlor level has some original details, including two mantels and fretwork, all painted white. The third floor has two large bedrooms, one with a walk-in closet, a smaller side bedroom and a full bath. According to the listing recent renovations included new electric, plumbing and a roof.

    In Ditmas Park, this standalone boasts a wraparound porch, large rear yard and a garage. Inside it’s got plenty of space with six bedrooms spread across the upper two floors. The first floor has a living room with three exposures, wood floors and stained glass as well as a dining room and an eat-in kitchen. There’s a rear deck overlooking the backyard that includes a playhouse and the aforementioned garage.

    Located just a short walk from Prospect Park, this early 20th century bow-fronted row house in Prospect Lefferts Gardens is a three-family currently set up as a duplex over a two-bedroom garden rental. There’s some original detail on the parlor level, including fretwork, stained glass and a pier mirrors. There’s a columned wood mantel in the dining room, which is partially open to a galley kitchen that can only be glimpsed in the listing photos but appears to have fairly standard white cabinets and a tile floor.

    This early 20th century Flatbush limestone is in the proposed, but not yet designated, East 25th Street Historic District. Built as a single family by the Henry Meyer Company like its neighbors on the block, this three-bedroom house has a fair bit of detail intact, including unpainted woodwork, stained glass and a mantel. The dining room has built-ins, wainscoting and a coffered ceiling. The house has a renovated galley kitchen on the parlor floor that leads to a windowed addition holding the laundry, a half bath and a sun room.

    interior 322 10th St

    322 10th Street
    Price: $2.495 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Corcoran (Jackie Torren)
    Saturday, September 12, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and Sunday, September 13, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
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    argyle road interior

    316 Argyle Road
    Price: $2.39 million
    Area: Ditmas Park
    Broker: Compass (Carolyn Cedar)
    Saturday, September 12, 3:30 – 5 p.m. and Sunday, September 13, 12:30 – 2 p.m.
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    25 hawthorne street

    25 Hawthorne Street
    Price: $1.875 million
    Area: Prospect Lefferts Gardens
    Broker: Brown Harris Stevens (Bill Sheppard)
    Sunday, September 13, 2:30 – 4 p.m.
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    home for sale

    360 E 25th Street
    Price: $1.295 million
    Area: Flatbush
    Broker: Compass (Debra Bondy,Claire McFeely)
    Sunday, September 13, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
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