With this alluring duplex, we kick off our tour of NYC open houses for February 27 and 28. It’s set in the Lefferts House, a boutique condo development just two blocks from Prospect Park. But this spacious unit has its own private entrance, making it more of a maisonette than a standard apartment. There’s also a private patio and a dedicated parking spot! Contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for more info. (StreetEasy Experts are agents with proven experience in a particular building or area.)
Here’s a prime example of Stuyvesant Heights’ historic brownstones. This 3-unit 1894 beauty is one of the legacy properties that make this part of Brooklyn shine. Take advantage of a tasteful remodel that delivers modern amenities in all three units, while retaining the gorgeous original details. There’s lots to discover and learn about this NYC open house for February 27 and 28, so reach out to a StreetEasy Expert on the listing.
This whitewashed space makes a super home in the heart of SoHo. It sits three stories up in an elevator co-op with generous purchasing rules. Heads up: The cute kitchenette boasts a stacked washer/dryer, but no oven. An alternate layout on the listing shows how the space can be transformed, for those looking to remodel. Contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for more info.
Qualified buyers should make a beeline uptown for this sweet and sunny NYC open house for February 27 and 28. It boasts a windowed galley kitchen, original hardwoods, and a great location near Central Park. The catch for this super-affordable co-op? It’s in an HDFC building, so there are restrictions on a buyer’s income. For all the details, reach out to a StreetEasy Expert on the listing.
We end our tour of NYC open houses for February 27 and 28 in grand Greenwich Village style. This co-op has lofty dimensions, a sophisticated vibe, and a huge balcony. A gut renovation delivers a high-end bathroom and kitchen with dishwasher, both bathed in marble. It’s no wonder more than 120 StreetEasy shoppers call this a favorite. Jesse Rosenthal at Brown Harris Stevens is the seller’s agent.