Our picks for open up homes to verify out this weekend are discovered in Carroll Gardens, Park Slope, Cobble Hill and Bay Ridge. They selection in rate from $1.15 million to $5.2 million.
In Carroll Gardens, this 1880s Neo-Grec brownstone mixes modern updates with first information, a sometimes elusive combo among the houses for sale in the neighborhood. The four-story two-household is configured as an owner’s triplex about a backyard apartment. Amongst its charms are handsome carved marble mantels, the first stair, woodwork and ornamental plaster. A toilet with a claw foot tub has a checkerboard flooring and double wall-hung sink. New programs include things like central air and insulation.
326A President Road
Price: $5.2 million
Location: Carroll Gardens
Broker: Tyler Vincent Authentic Estate (Imma Giocoli)
Sunday April 3, 1 – 3:30 p.m.
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In the Park Slope Historic District, a compact 1870s brownstone has basic Italianate door and window hoods, arched marble mantels and stair with a curving mahogany bannister and coffin corner. The two-loved ones is set up with an owner’s duplex above a back garden apartment. Updates contain wine storage and a drinking water filtration system.
20 Sterling Place
Rate: $3.495 million
Spot: Park Slope
Broker: Brown Harris Stevens (Ari Harkov, Kerrie Lynch)
Sunday April 3, 12 – 2 p.m.
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This brick Anglo-Italianate in Cobble Hill comes with mantels, tin ceilings and a renovated kitchen. The doorways and windows are arched, with an ornate Rococo-model topper in excess of the entrance. It’s set up as a solitary-household, even though town data reveal it could be a two- or 3-relatives.
309 Warren Avenue
Cost: $3.295 million
Region: Cobble Hill
Broker: Compass (Peter Michael Riolo, David Miranda)
Saturday April 2 and Sunday April 3, 1 – 3 p.m.
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On tucked-absent Louise Terrace in Bay Ridge, a circa 1927 Tudor-model residence has no lack of suppress enchantment with its jerkinhead roof and 50 % timbering. Within, there is a working gasoline hearth, parquet, moldings, vast doorways and massive home windows. The single-family members house has a few bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms, not to point out a built-in garage and a wander-in basement.
7007 Louise Terrace
Rate: $1.15 million
Spot: Bay Ridge
Broker: RE/MAX Edge (Dennis E. McArdle)
Sunday April 3, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
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