Suppose you’re looking to buy a home in New York City — welcome! Here are our five favorite NYC open houses for March 5 and 6. This Manhattan and Brooklyn homes roundup offers options across various budgets and unit sizes. But there are more apartments to behold — be sure to search StreetEasy for all open houses in NYC this weekend. (And don’t forget to save your favorite listings!)
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The downtown flavor and prime West Village location put this Bethune Street 1-bedroom on the map. The whitewashed interior is lofty thanks to 9-foot ceilings and a 23-foot main living room. Keep it as is: There’s an open kitchen with a dishwasher and a tiled bathroom. Or imagine a remodel for this second-floor walkup. Units in this pre-war co-op are a rare find.
Here’s another rare find. It’s a 2-bedroom condo in a classic barrel-front brownstone. It delivers everything for that perfect Park Slope life: New maple hardwoods, an open kitchen with dishwasher, in-unit washer/dryer, and a private deck. The layout is fabulous. So is the location just a block to Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park.
It’s an embarrassment of riches for open houses March 5 and 6. Take a look at this renovated Prospect Heights 1-bedroom. It boasts a new kitchen, a new bathroom with a double-sink vanity and custom tile, arched doorways, built-in bookcases and a home office or nursery. This oversized corner unit sits in an Art Deco co-op at the steps of Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park. Move right in!
Competition will be stiff for this 1-bedroom at the prestigious prewar Nottingham. More than 100 StreetEasy buyers call it a favorite. A smart renovation yields an open kitchen studded with cabinets, dishwasher, in-unit washer/dryer and a breakfast bar. Glass shower doors and a floating vanity modernize the bathroom. Great natural light makes this a perfect perch in one of Midtown East’s most versatile neighborhoods.
We close our tour of open houses March 5 and 6 at the Santa Monica, a loft-like prewar just a block to Riverside Park. This 2-bedroom brings downtown to the heart of the Upper West Side. Beamed ceilings, exposed brick and light gray plank floors set the tone. There’s a foyer entry with double closets, open kitchen with dishwasher, designer bath with deep soaking tub and an in-unit washer/dryer.