All our open house picks run under $1 million this weekend, an event which would scarcely be worthy of note in Cleveland, Ohio, or Tucson, Ariz., but is an uncommon state of affairs here in Brooklyn.
This week, a wide selection: we’ve got four houses, including a brownstone, possibly built in the early 20th century, a 1911 Tudor and a pair of brick houses of slightly later vintage.
Our open house picks this weekend offer a convenient road map for those who want to take in all four.
We've got a brownstone, a limestone, a wood frame and a brick home this week, covering most of the facade types in the borough.
We've got a range of styles and states of repair for you this weekend.
Last week we brought you handyman specials, but this week all of our open house picks are move-in ready.
Contractors, start your engines: Our open house picks this weekend are all in need of meaningful attention.
Once again our Open House Picks this weekend feature apartments, though you might not immediately guess that by glancing at the prices.
After a foray into apartment open houses last week we're back to full-on houses today, though this being the dead of winter and the market being slow we've got three instead of the usual four.
This weekend we're putting a new spin on our Open House Picks, which offer less square footage than usual. That's because they're apartments rather than houses: three co-ops and a condo, to be exact.