One comes with a garage and a striking blue vintage bathroom.
This fall weekend brings a gander at four townhouses abounding in historic decorative detail, mostly updated a few years ago but ostensibly in good condition.
Modern, with variable degrees of renovation, is the theme this week for our open house picks.
This weekend we have a selection of handsomely renovated homes with historic features, a couple from the late 19th century, a couple built circa 1940.
Our open house picks this week, all in move-in condition, feature some historical details and updates but nothing extravagant.
Our picks for open houses to see this weekend include two renovated to varying degrees and two in need of restoration.
Our picks for open houses to check out this weekend include the former Park Slope home of a New York City mayor and a more humble bow-fronted row house in Bay Ridge with details and potential.
Four brick townhouses in Clinton Hill, Windsor Terrace, Bed Stuy and Flatbush offer sleek renovations with minimalist updates, wide plank floors, preserved mantels and plenty of original details.
A selection of roomy standalone homes in Windsor Terrace, Midwood and Sea Gate as well as a bow-fronted townhouse in Bay Ridge are on view at open houses this weekend.
A couple on view in Greenpoint and East Flatbush are brick with some nice neo-Classical mantels and other details inside.