This week, we're taking a look at a home in Boerum Hill's Historic District, two homes in Bed Stuy, and another in Cypress Hills to see how they've fared on the market six months after we first wrote about them.
The listing for this brick townhouse at 179 Wyckoff Street in Boerum Hill isn't loaded with photos or information, but we can tell you this much: It's a three-story house, 20 feet wide, with a separate unit on each floor and original wide-plank floors.
Many of the homes in this week's list are holding their spots for a second week, from a Sunset Park flip job, to a standalone Edwardian in Midwood, to a brand-new townhouse in Gowanus. There are also some first-timers, and all are at a range of prices, sizes and neighborhoods.
This week's top listings include a variety of unique touches, from a double-height library to stained glass, an enclosed wet bar and exposed stonework. They span a wide array of neighborhoods, including Brownsville, Midwood and Sunset Park, and the prices also have quite the range, starting as low as $499,000 and going as high as $4.248 million (or, in the case of the single rental on the list, $6,900 a month).
This week we're looking back at four listings we featured six months ago to see how they fared. Two homes sold, both for above ask; the other two are still on the market.
OK, so last weekend didn’t work out so well for the aspiring open-house goer, at least for those not equipped with sled dogs. It ought to be smooth sailing this weekend, though, and as usual we’ve got four open houses worth your notice. One’s a turnkey, the others need work in varying degrees; the locales are Fort Greene, Boerum Hill, Bed Stuy, and Prospect Lefferts Gardens.
On Adelphi Street in Fort Greene we’ve got a two-family townhouse with a lower duplex and a two-bedroom rental on the top floor. The ceilings are a bit low, but it’s in move-in shape, with central air and updated mechanicals, having been renovated in accordance with a design by the Brooklyn firm Studio Tractor.