This two-bedroom co-op has all the late 19th century details anyone could want.
This three-bedroom co-op has a nicely updated kitchen and bathroom and three good-sized bedrooms, with respectable light, decent closet space and some parquet floors.
This new listing at 222 Clinton Street in Cobble Hill ain’t your typical brownstone apartment. The upper duplex sports a living room with double-height ceilings and the place has a plethora of skylights. The three-bedroom pad also sports a master suite that’s larger than what you’d typically expect. Maintenance on the 1,600-square-foot pad is just $1,065, but the asking price is a lofty $2,250,000. Thoughts?
We’re not in love with some of the design choices, but this brownstone duplex at 125 Prospect Place offers a fair amount of space — almost 1,900 square feet — for the price of $1,350,000. The only catch is that much of it is on the cellar level and therefore windowless. No need for cabin fever though — the two-bedroom apartment comes with the garden. The garden floor has retained some of its original charm too. Waddya think?
Here’s a new listing we don’t think will take very long to sell: A two-bedroom on the top floor of Turner Towers. There are two good-sized bedrooms and two full bathrooms in addition to a living room, kitchen and foyer. The prewar bones are there too, as are the awesome views. The maintenance is $1,536 a month and the asking price is $1,100,000. No exact square footage is given but we’re guesstimating it comes out to about $1,000 a square foot.
Brooklyn Heights doesn’t get much more prime than Remsen Street, where this townhouse duplex just hit the market with a price tag of $2,675,000. The three-bedroom pad has plenty of prewar detail in addition to an updated kitchen, central air and a private roof deck. On top of that, the building’s 25-foot width gives this place a generosity of space usually lacking in carved-up townhouses.
Ground floors of townhouses typically have low ceilings, and this co-op listing at 154 Lafayette is no exception. The current owners seem to have made the most of the situation, though, with a bright and modern-leaning renovation. Any sense of cabin fever will also be alleviated by the private garden space out back. The owners have also done a nice job on the big media room in the basement, which sports some nice original brick arches and adds another 500 square feet to the 900-square-foot main floor for a total of 1,400. The maintenance is $800 and asking price is $1,295,000.
This super-charming North Heights co-op just hit the market asking $1,400,000. The three-bedroom duplex at 80 Poplar Street has beautiful exposed wood joists as well as lots of exposed brick. There are two working fireplaces and lots of built-ins in the 1830s house as well as a shared bluestone terrace and some private deck space. The maintenance is $1,430. Do you like it?
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op at 35 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights just hit the market with an asking price of $1,599,000. It’s been recently renovated and has lots of prewar charm. Some potential buyers may not be thrilled to learn this place is on the second floor, but otherwise we can’t see anything to grouse about.
26 South Oxford Street must have been quite a pad when it was originally built. The limestone facade is beautiful indeed. It’s a little less impressive on the inside these days, where the former mansion has been divided into apartments. A garden floor duplex has just come on the market asking $1,150,000.
The lower level faces the rear (and thus benefits from a private garden) while the garden level faces the street. While the lower level has been gut renovated, the garden floor still has enough original detail to conjure an old-world vibe. What do you make of the pricing?