At 931 square feet, this penthouse is priced just under the median asking price for 2-bedrooms in Carroll Gardens. That’s a very fair deal from listing agent Nicole Galluccio at Corcoran. But then take into consideration the enormous terrace that delivers 360-degree knockout views of New York Harbor and you’ll see why 125 StreetEasy shoppers have pegged this condo a favorite. Second bathroom and an in-unit washer and dryer boost appeal. It’s located in the Henry Street Mews near Cobble Hill.
This barrel-front two-family brick townhouse not only looks good, but is an excellent option for owner-investors. Live in the 4-bedroom owners duplex, then rent out the 3-bedroom second unit to let others help pay the freight. The cash flow potential works for a straight-up investment play, too. Corcoran agent Jason Kay notes that the listing photos are virtually staged. There’s a rear yard in the 100-foot deep lot. Excellent train access to the 2 and the 5 at Sterling Street.
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Park Slope real estate may best be defined by its prewar limestone apartment buildings and brownstone co-ops, but here’s a tantalizing twist: A massive loft duplex just one block off Prospect Park. The 1,375 square feet is configured with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and it’s priced below the $1.7 million median asking price for 3-bedrooms in the neighborhood. Maintenance at $1,200, and a common roof deck serves everyone in this 12-unit co-op. Aran Scott at Douglas Elliman is the listing agent.
This gut-renovated duplex includes a 700-square-foot finished basement as part of three floors of living space. The ground floor garden level features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and access to the backyard. Upstairs at the parlor level is a formal living room, dining room, kitchen, and half-bath. It’s set in a 3-unit townhouse on the southeastern section of Stuyvesant Heights. Elliot Nicks at Massada Home Sales is the listing agent.
Yorkville continues to be a desired neighborhood on the Upper East Side and this 3-bedroom brings it home with a convenient location on 81st Street, just off 2nd Avenue and close to the Q and 6 subway lines. Lots of windows flood the place with light, a renovated open kitchen has a large breakfast bar and the apartment has plenty of prewar features appropriate for this 1928 elevator building. The owners are selling this apartment themselves and can be contacted on this StreetEasy listing page. Maintenance under $1,500 a month is super deal, too.
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