Our picks for open residences to verify out this weekend are found in Mattress Stuy, Maritime Park and East Flatbush. They selection in price from $2.15 million to $659,000.
In Bed Stuy’s Stuyvesant Heights Historic District, a grand corner Italianate built in the early 1870s has its first newel write-up and staircase, ceiling medallions, shutters, pocket doors and a marble mantels. The three-relatives is established up with two models, a leading-ground rental and an owner’s backyard triplex. The parlor ground has a kitchen area, eating room and parlor with a projecting facet bay. Exterior, the purple painted wooden oriel window contrasts with the facade’s crimson brick and white-painted trim.
267 Macon Road
Value: $2.15 million
Spot: Bed Stuy
Broker: Corcoran (Omari Toomer, Peter-Charles Vibrant)
Sunday July 17, 12:30 – 2 p.m.
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On the exact same road in Mattress Stuy but not in the historic district, a late 19th century brownstone has effectively preserved aspects, such as the authentic stair, white-painted woodwork, placing carved wooden mantels with colorful unique tile and constructed-ins in the garden-floor kitchen. With a total tub on each and every ground, the two-family is configured as a duplex below a flooring-by rental. When not each individual home is pictured, what is proven appears to be in transfer-in issue.
603 Macon Road
Cost: $1.8 million
Region: Bed Stuy
Broker: Corcoran (Keith Mack)
Sunday July 17, 12 – 2 p.m.
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In Maritime Park, a 1920s household with curb attractiveness and a garage desires function but has possible. The completely detached one-household has parquet and diagonal wooden flooring, side arched openings and the authentic stair. A sunlight room is open up to the dwelling home.
With first cupboards and a vintage sink-dishwasher combo, additionally a breakfast nook, the kitchen could be a period charmer with some judicious updating. Upstairs are a few bedrooms and a complete rest room. (A 50 percent bathtub is in the basement.)
The entire bathtub seems to have initial subway wall tile and porcelain hex flooring tile, together with more recently added fixtures. A new proprietor may want to eliminate some dropped ceilings. The house very last modified fingers in the 1960s.
1651 Hendrickson Avenue
Spot: Marine Park
Broker: Compass (Robert Tracey, Paul Connection)
Sunday July 17, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
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In East Flatbush, an early 20th century brick home has a garage and 4 bedrooms. The semi-detached solitary-loved ones has a solar place open to the living room, formal eating area with original staircase, and a huge kitchen area with breakfast nook on the very first flooring. The bedrooms pictured are carpeted the downstairs rooms have parquet with inlaid borders. A complete tub is renovated, while not not long ago. There is a second lavatory in the basement, which also has a second kitchen.
212 East 37th Street
Selling price: $659,000
Area: East Flatbush
Broker: Redefined Genuine Estate (Jonathan Anobian)
Sunday July 17, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
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