On the architecturally scenic Clinton Avenue, this condo in an 1870s brownstone offers up some attractive details like high ceilings and mantels as well as the bonus of private outdoor space and in-unit laundry.
Occupying the second floor of a late 19th century flats building, this Park Slope condo has been renovated with a clean white palette and still maintains its original, flexible layout.
When apartments in this 1905 neo-Renaissance building were first pitched to early tenants, advertisements bragged that they were "skillfully laid out and possessed of every known convenience."
This luxury condo shares some DNA with Park Avenue prewar co-ops and has 11-foot-high ceilings and a myriad of closets, including three of the walk-in variety.
This two-bedroom, 2.5 bath garden duplex has an original marble mantel, crown molding, radiant heat and a nice outdoor space.
It is an authentic loft, with high ceilings and the distinctive open plan that became the model for all new construction and even brownstone renovations.
This two-bedroom, two-bath on Joralemon Street offers a historic-feeling parlor floor and outdoor space.
This two-bedroom, two-bath condo in coveted Vinegar Hill offers great light and views of the Manhattan Bridge from its oversized windows.
This 530-square-foot studio condo in Long Island City is part of a newer building built in 2015. The ceilings are 11 feet high which adds some space and also allows the windows to be bigger, bringing in lots of light throughout. The kitchen has new granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher.
Plenty of transportation options are nearby — the E/M, N/Q/R, 7, and G trains are all within walking distance. There are parks and dining options in the area, and the East River is a couple blocks away. The sale is listed as $560,000 with an estimated monthly mortgage of $2,106.66. Click through for more photos.
$1,149,000 for an 879-square-foot one-bedroom in South Williamsburg sounds like a tall order but this condo in the Smith Gray building has very high ceilings and lots of original lofty details that put it in a different class than your average cookie-cutter condo. Plus, for as long as the J-51 tax abatement is in effect, the monthly expenses are just $525. Still, $1,300-plus a square foot on Broadway? Time will tell.