Our picks for open up houses to verify out this weekend are uncovered in Park Slope, Kensington, Bed Stuy and Bay Ridge. They assortment in price tag from $1.399 million to $3.375 million.
In Park Slope, this one-loved ones brownstone has mantels, moldings and wainscoting along with a kitchen and baths that may be a little bit dated in model, but show up in fantastic maintenance. The 20-foot-extensive household has kitchen area and dining on the back garden flooring, double parlors above and 3 bedrooms on the second ground. Just one of individuals bedrooms has a walk-in closet and en suite bath.
357 5th Street
Price: $3.375 million
Region: Park Slope
Broker: R New York (Stefani Berkin)
Sunday June 19, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
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This early 20th century brick row home in Kensington sits on a corner great deal and has the reward of a garage. Established up as a two-family members with a duplex and a best floor rental, it offers some period details together with developed-ins, a mantel, plasterwork and wood flooring. The duplex has a whole bathtub on each individual flooring and a few bedrooms, one particular of them rather substantial.
402 Caton Avenue
Selling price: $2.495 million
Broker: Corcoran (Bridget Applegate, Charlie Pigott, George Pigott)
Sunday June 19, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
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There aren’t quite a few inside images supplied for this 3-loved ones brownstone in Bed Stuy, but the handful that are bundled present a glimpse of original plasterwork, a mantel and newel put up. It has not changed palms considering the fact that the 1980s and the listing indicates interested get-togethers “bring your architect or contractor.” It also notes that there is a resident in position, but the assets will be shipped vacant.
521 Hancock Street
Cost: $2.1 million
Region: Mattress Stuy
Broker: Compass (Patricia Laligant)
Saturday June 18, 2 – 3 p.m.
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At last, this early 20th century row household in Bay Ridge is at the end of a row and offers equally a non-public driveway and a garage. A two-family established up as a one-family members, it has some bold coloration options on the interior together with wall moldings, a mantel and a dining room of the interval with wainscoting and a plate shelf. The kitchen area has a patterned linoleum ground and a classic sink. No ground program is included, but the listing notes there are 4 bedrooms and two baths.
446 76th Avenue
Selling price: $1.399 million
Space: Bay Ridge
Broker: RE/MAX Edge (Domenick Cinquemani, Serena (Meina) Huang)
Saturday June 18, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
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