Our selections for open houses to see this weekend include two houses in need of work and two in move-in-ready condition.
Our selections for open houses to see this weekend include a narrow Park Slope two-family and an estate condition single-family in Crown Heights.
Our selections for open houses to see this weekend include two substantial houses by the same prolific Brooklyn architectural firm and two others that are a bit more on the petite side.
Our selections for open houses to see this weekend all have some period detail to offer, while two of the four have had more recent renovations.
Our selections for open houses to see on this first weekend in December include a trio of row houses in estate condition and another with the restoration work complete.
All four of our open house picks to see this warm and sunny fall weekend have a rare Brooklyn amenity: parking.
Our selections for open houses to see this warm fall weekend include a petite circa 1870s red brick house in estate condition in Gowanus and a recently renovated early 20th century Bay Ridge house with a garage.
Our picks for open houses to see this sunny, warm fall weekend include three fairly early specimens, including at least one that appears to date from before the Civil War.
Up for in-person inspection this Halloween weekend are four historic townhouses with original details and modern updates, all apparently in move-in condition.
Ranging in price from $2.395 million to $4.395 million, our picks for open houses to see this weekend are found in Boerum Hill, Park Slope and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens.