This two-story brick townhome in East Williamsburg, just a block from Cooper Park, has 3 bright bedrooms and 1.5 baths, not to mention something almost unheard of in NYC: its own private garage, which clocks in at about 400 square feet. If that’s not enough for you, it also boasts a beautiful and modern all-white kitchen, built-in bookcases, central AC and a skylight over the wood staircase. Located right near the L stop at Grand Street, transportation will be a breeze. Listed by Eve Levine of Corcoran.
This modern two-family rowhouse has an owner’s duplex and a garden-level rental unit for extra income. The main unit has three bedrooms and 2.5 baths, with a master that features a double closet and an en-suite bathroom with double vanities and a skylight. A balcony off the master bedroom overlooks the multi-level backyard, complete with a deck and planter boxes, and the huge, high-end marble kitchen also flows out to the backyard. Listed by Natanel Malkoukian at Nest Seekers.
Here’s another two-family home, also with a duplex owner’s unit upstairs and a rental garden apartment below. This late-19th-century brick townhouse, on a tree-lined block in Stuyvesant Heights, retains lovely old details like slate fireplaces, plaster moldings and the original staircase. In addition to a master with a large walk-in closet and two smaller bedrooms, there’s a den on the first floor that can be used as a fourth bedroom. The backyard is beautifully landscaped. Listed by Perri DeFino of Compass.
Just a few blocks south of Prospect Park, this single-family brick townhome in a historic district has maintained much of its prewar charm, including a bay window, wainscoting, original banisters, stained-glass skylights and herringbone mahogany floors. In addition to four bedrooms, the house offers a semi-finished basement with a laundry room, bathroom, storage and potential workspaces. The B and Q trains are close by. Listed by Andrew B. VanDusen of Brown Harris Stevens.
Last but not least, we have a true rarity: a detached single-family home, right in Park Slope. Downstairs, you’ll find a wood-burning fireplace in addition to a decorative one, an eat-in kitchen and separate dining room, and an actual laundry room. The kitchen leads to a backyard big enough for a deck and another NYC rarity: an above-ground pool. And the master bedroom upstairs has a sitting area/home office, in addition to plenty of closet space. Listed by Carolyn Cedar of Douglas Elliman.
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