Our NYC open house roundup is back and better than ever! This weekend, we’re bringing you quality real estate across five different neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Our featured New York City digs for September 9 and 10 offer everything from unique outdoor areas to rental income opportunities. So what are you waiting for? Scroll down to find your new home, or browse hundreds more available listings on StreetEasy.
First up on our NYC open house roundup for September 9 and 10 is this stunning penthouse apartment in Chelsea. Located in an original brownstone from the 1850s, this 1-bedroom unit boasts white-washed exposed brick and rich hardwood floors throughout. Other notable details include the chic walnut cabinets in the kitchen, bountiful skylight in the living room, and generous bedroom space. But the undeniable show stopper is the fully private rooftop deck large enough to fit a full-size dining table, sectional couch, and multiple chaise lounges.
Our next listing is an extra long, extra light-filled East Village escape. The entire home is an exercise in contrast, with dark, gleaming floors offset by high, airy ceilings and pristine white walls. A gorgeous black-rimmed glass door floods light from the bedroom nook all the way through the other end of the unit. The kitchen comes with a dishwasher and abundant storage, and there’s even a semi-private garden retreat perfect for fall dinner parties.
This 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom Park Slope abode offers modern elegance in a historic package. The home stretches across two levels of a preserved townhouse, and includes an expansive outdoor terrace with sweeping views of nearby Prospect Park. Resplendent details such as 8-foot arched windows and herringbone flooring set this residence apart, as does its impeccably designed chef’s kitchen. And did we mention that it’s the penthouse unit?!
This breathtaking Ditmas Park property is actually comprised of two separate spaces: one 4-bedroom duplex, plus a separate 3-bedroom unit that has long been used as a rental property. Countless original details have been preserved from the 1910 construction period, such as the beamed ceilings, columned porch, and stained glass windows. Significant renovations have also been made, resulting in sparkling kitchens and ultra-modern bathrooms. Yes, the $2.6 million price tag is steep — but the 1200-square-foot rental unit is turnkey, making it easy to rake in extra income from day one. And with the rental property’s history as the office for the first female detective agency, you’re sure to get ample interested tenants!
Closing out our NYC open house roundup for September 9 and 10 is this FiDi 2-bedroom. A corner unit, this home benefits from a wall of bright exposures across the entire space. The spacious bedrooms reside on opposite sides of the dwelling, an ideal layout for roommates or young families. And if you’re still on the fence, we’ll leave you with just two words: that.bathtub.