Looking to buy a new home in NYC? Take a look at our five favorite NYC open houses March 30 and 31. This roundup of Manhattan and Brooklyn homes offers many options across various budgets and unit sizes, but be sure to check StreetEasy for all open houses in NYC this weekend.
This sun-drenched 1-bedroom boasts view of the Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn Navy Yard. The apartment’s modern, open kitchen and living area lead to a private balcony perfect for morning lounging. Common charges are just $538 in this 14-unit condominium, and residents share roof access and laundry facilities, although there’s also room to install a washer and dryer in the unit. Paul Hansen of Keller Williams is the listing agent.
Live large in this well-appointed Gramercy Park studio. This unit may be small, but it packs a lot of character and storage into minimal square footage. There’s a separate alcove for a bed just off the living space, and a windowed kitchen with small dining area. The unit has three closets, one a walk-in, plus a sizable living area. The building is pet-friendly and staffed by a 24-hour doorman. Copurchasing and pied-a-terres are allowed. This studio is listed by Alexandra Rhea, Christian Schaefers, and Roisin Joyce of Compass.
This West Village dreamboat has charm and storage for days. Located in a renovated brick carriage house, this 1-bedroom blends old and new, with a wood-burning fireplace, oak floors and new, stainless-steel appliances. The apartment has 9-foot ceilings and an incredible 20 feet of closet space, and the building offers additional storage as well as a laundry room. Tim Bascom of Bascom Realty is the listing agent.
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This sleek, renovated Clinton Hill co-op is perfect for entertaining. Located on the 14th floor, this unit offers bird’s-eye views of the neighborhood and South Brooklyn, all the way to the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge. Cooks will appreciate the modern kitchen with high-end Samsung and Fisher & Paykel appliances, in addition to more practical touches like under-cabinet lighting. Pets, pied-a-terres, and sublets are allowed. Contact the owner for details.
Located in a brownstone on a tree-lined street, this Park Slope co-op offers plenty of room to spread out. The common areas are warm and sunny, with a decorative fireplace and plenty of windows. The master and second bedroom face a garden in the rear of the building, while the third bedroom can be accessed by a pocket door off the master. This room’s built-ins make it an easy candidate for a library or office. Owners will enjoy in-unit laundry, plus access to the shared storage, roof and rear garden space, in to addition laundry facilities in the basement. Charles L. Ruoff of Brown Harris Stevens is the listing agent.
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