With 1,600 square feet, this turn-key loft space could be kept as a sprawling 1-bedroom, or easily redesigned as a 2-bedroom. An in-unit washer and dryer, walk-in closet, high ceilings and plenty of bookshelves also come with the unit. This listing is represented by Jonathan R. Stein of Brown Harris Stevens.
Say the word “railroad” and everyone runs for the hills. But you haven’t seen this railroad, which is warmly done top to bottom with exposed brick, wood beams, hardwoods and even a working fireplace. It’s less than a block to Prospect Park – so close you can probably hear the summer bandshell concerts without leaving your living room. Better yet – go to the private rooftop deck to listen. Listing by Behzad Amiri of Corcoran.
This corner unit co-op is light and spacious and has been redone with modern sensibilities such as exposed concrete columns, white oak floors, and high-end appliances. The master bedroom is massive and has an en suite. And get this: The second bedroom is somehow bigger than the master. Listing shared by Neal Young and Jeremy Bolger of Halstead.
There are many selling points to this listing, but the biggest is the kitchen, which is farmhouse style with warm blue cabinets, a porcelain apron sink, center cup bronze cabinet pulls, wood-beamed ceiling and open shelving. And what would be a farmhouse kitchen without a chunky farm table? Well done. Listing by Pascal Blacque-Belair of Douglas Elliman.
The trophy in this charming light-filled 1-bedroom is the handsome slate-topped fireplace in the middle of the living room. Who knows if it works, but it anchors the space and gives it a wonderful focal point. And the location can’t be beat or the fact that it’s in a brownstone, which is classic NYC living. Listing by Frank Giordano and James C Cox Jr of Compass.