On the hunt for an apartment to buy? Here, we take a look at five NYC open houses you won’t want to miss this weekend. Check ’em out, or see all open houses in NYC this weekend.
Located on the top floor of a classic Brooklyn brownstone, this place will reward your walk up the stairs with plenty of sunlight, tin ceilings, and hardwood floors. The kitchen features a gas range, dishwasher and a washer-and-dryer combo. This listing is represented by Jeff Gardner of the Corcoran Group.
Built in 1899, this 2-bedroom features a listing price 66 percent below the neighborhood median of $2.72 million. The updated kitchen has stainless-steel appliances and marble countertops, while the other rooms feature prewar details like high ceilings and exposed brick. The listing is represented by Regis Roumila of Corcoran.
This place has a wood-burning fireplace, a washer and dryer in-unit, an open kitchen, stroller parking, and private storage. Plus, there are 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, all for 30 percent below the neighborhood median for this size — so there’s nothing missing from this Carroll Gardens co-op except the Carroll Gardens price. The listing is represented by Greg Mire, Caitlin Pearlman, and Michelle Duarte of Compass.
The custom details in this renovated studio include a drawer dishwasher, walk-in closet, and separate sleeping area that can accommodate a queen size bed. Located in a brownstone near Central Park, the building includes a laundry room and bike storage. This listing is represented by Jeffrey Dyksterhouse, Danny Sayegh, and Rustin Lowe of Compass.
If the building roof deck isn’t enough outdoor space for you, this top-floor duplex loft also has its own 100-square-foot terrace. Other deluxe details include a wood-burning fireplace, a 17-foot-tall window, marble countertops, and custom cabinetry and lighting. The building offers a laundry room, elevator, and video security. This listing is represented by Linda Ho and Ryan Serhant of Nest Seekers International.