Looking to buy a home in NYC? Take a look at our five favorite NYC open houses on October 19 and 20. 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.
There’s no substitute for the architecture of NYC’s original industrial buildings, and the interior of this Chelsea loft tells that story. Set in a former factory, this 1 bedroom, combined from two studios, boasts 12-foot ceilings, 2 bathrooms, huge windows, exposed brick and beams and a renovated kitchen. Love it as is or, as noted by listing agent Julia Massard at Compass, refigure it however you desire.
This parlor-level 2-bed/2-bath apartment is one of four completely renovated units in this Bed-Stuy brownstone built in 1900. It features a sweet blend of original detail — that fireplace! — and modern upgrades, including central air, in-unit washer/dryer, stainless appliances including dishwasher and an ensuite master bedroom. Monthlies under $850, too! Noel Borbon at Compass is the listing agent.
Here’s a studio that exemplifies the premium buyers are willing to pay to live in Greenwich Village. Its 500 square feet of interior space comes with 10-foot ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, a washer/dryer and a walk-in closet, but what seals the deal is its location in an Italianate townhouse, one of three that comprise this compelling and pet-friendly co-op. Carter Wilcox at Corcoran is the listing agent.
Looking for a residence where you can live your best life without feeling pinched? Head to Hudson Heights for this spacious 2-bedroom. It’s a bright corner unit in a prewar co-op with a foyer entry and a windowed kitchen, which sports high-end appliances for a cook’s delight. Right off Riverside Drive, the building offers central laundry and a lovely garden. Nick Rafello at Compass is the listing agent.
Do not doubt the amazing price for this 2-bedroom in Washington Heights. It is indeed just $425K, and as listing agent Jane Calvin at Compass points out, this is not an HDFC building, so there are no income restrictions for buyers. With three exposures, French doors, and a beautifully renovated kitchen, all near the C, B and 1 trains, this has caught the eye of more than 175 StreetEasy shoppers. Run!