Looking to buy a home in the city? You’re in luck: In-person open houses are allowed again in NYC! (With plenty of precautions, of course.) Here are our five favorite NYC open houses for November 21 and 22. This roundup of Manhattan and Brooklyn homes offers options across various budgets and unit sizes. But be sure to search StreetEasy for all open houses in NYC this weekend.
What an invigorating start to our NYC open houses for November 21 and 22. An awesome remodel opens up this East Village co-op’s kitchen. It boasts a breakfast bar and a full suite of new appliances, including a dishwasher. But the bathroom really takes the cake, from slick Italian tile to a rainfall shower. A floor-though configuration puts the bedroom in back for privacy. Contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for details. (StreetEasy Experts are agents with proven experience in a particular building or area.)
Discerning buyers should give this cleverly remodeled Brooklyn Heights 2BR a hard look. Set in a coveted Art Deco co-op, it’s awash in wide-plank smoked-oak floors. A platform and sliding panels create a raised second bedroom or home office, with storage underneath. A new kitchen with drawer dishwasher and subway-tiled bathrooms add up to a sophisticated space. Reach out to a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for more.
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We don’t often venture to southern Brooklyn. But this co-op in Fort Hamilton, a submarket of Bay Ridge, is an excellent reason to start. At nearly 600 square feet plus a balcony, it’s a great space for an unbelievable price. Copious upgrades include a high-end kitchen with marble counters and a dishwasher. And yes, the fireplace works! It’s also near the Shore Park and Parkway, for endless hours of bayside recreation. For more on this NYC open house for November 21 and 22, contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing.
Upper East Side fans will want to consider this sunny, spacious 1-bedroom with a large balcony. The $2K monthlies are a bit high, but at 850 square feet, you get a lot of apartment for the price. And it’s set in a solid elevator co-op within walking distance to everything that makes Yorkville one of Manhattan’s best residential neighborhoods. Contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for more info.
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Finally, this stunning Park Slope brownstone will give home hunters a serious case of jaw drop. At 4,100 square feet, with an owner’s triplex over a 2BR garden rental, it is the very picture of perfection. Despite a totally modern makeover, the Victorian bones are preserved. Check out the herringbone hardwoods, original fireplace surrounds, dramatic staircase, rear garden — it’s got everything! Reach out to a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for more info on this very special NYC open house for November 21 and 22.
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