On the hunt for an apartment to buy? Take a look at five NYC open houses you won’t want to miss this weekend. Or, see all open houses in NYC this weekend.
Previously configured as a 2-bedroom, with 1,300 square feet, this co-op is currently being used as a very spacious 1-bedroom that features a custom walk-in closet, ensuite bathroom, and open kitchen featuring high-end appliances. The home also includes an in-unit washer and dryer, plus storage space, while the building features an elevator, onsite super and bike room. This listing is represented by Erez Rose of Compass.
This apartment may have just 1 bedroom, but it counts 4 large closets (two of which are wall-to-wall) and 33 total feet of clothes-hanging space among its perks. A newly renovated kitchen features a breakfast nook, while the building offers a garden and in-unit laundry. This listing is represented by Lawrence Lee of Triplemint.
Located on the top floor of a four-unit co-op built in 1932, this apartment features prewar details like the original mantle, wood-burning fireplace, ceiling moldings and French doors, plus modern additions like an in-unit washer and dryer and a dishwasher. Meanwhile, we consider the private roof rights a timeless amenity. This listing is represented by Nadine Adamson and Kelsey Hall of Brown Harris Stevens.
You’ll have your choice between a communal garden and a private, 900-square-foot roof space in this historic co-op building just down from Mansion Row. The home also includes high-ceilings, an eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, and built-in storage, while the building offers a part-time super and laundry facilities. This listing is represented by Mary Priebe of Brown Harris Stevens.
Too beautiful not to include in this weekend’s round-up, this gut-renovated home, located in the historic Hudson Mews, has been featured in Architectural Digest for its design. Luxury features include a wood-burning fireplace, private terrace, chef’s kitchen, and custom wallpaper. This listing is represented by Stephen Ferrara and Clayton Orrigo of Compass.