Here’s a genuine two-bedroom in Sunset Park, something that doesn’t come along every day. And it’s a nice one, with prewar details and in perfect move-in shape. In a four-story, 16-unit building, it’s well located to boot, right across from the neighborhood’s titular park. There are views of said park from… Read More >The post Spacious Two-Bedroom Co-op in Sunset Park With Views, Prewar Details Wants $700K appeared first
Here’s an above-average one-bedroom with six big windows and dual exposures on the 20th floor, which makes for some pretty impressive views that incorporate the harbor and the skyline. It’s in the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce building at 75 Livingston Street, an Art Deco number built in 1927. In a Building of the… Read More >The post Bright Brooklyn Heights One-Bedroom in Art Deco Building With Harbor Views Asks $995K appeared first on Brownstoner
Here’s a move-in ready two-bedroom co-op in Bay Ridge whose most distinctive feature is an octagonal living room with views of the waterfront and the Verazzano Bridge. It’s on Shore Road, once home to many a grand one-family residence (like the one featured here), now dominated by prewar buildings like this… Read More >The post Two-Bedroom Co-op in Bay Ridge With Octagonal Living Room and Waterfront Views Asks $748K appeared first on Brownstoner.
This two-bedroom Brooklyn Heights co-op is more dramatic than average, thanks to its berth in a converted Gothic church, built circa 1850. A duplex with a private entrance, it’s at 99 Clinton Street, which was refashioned and split into 10 units in the 1970s. The most striking elements are the stained glass windows,… Read More >The post Brooklyn Heights Duplex in a Converted Gothic Church With Stained Glass Asks $1.695 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.
Here’s an unusual and attractive prewar one-bedroom co-op in an interesting building for under $500,000. It’s on the fourth floor of a turreted Queen Anne limestone mansion at 184 Clinton Avenue, designed by Montrose Morris and built in 1892. It’s got a good-sized living room with an offbeat hexagon-ish shape and light… Read More >The post Clinton Avenue Co-op With Fireplace, Dressing Room in Storied Montrose Morris Digs Asks $455K appeared first on Brownstoner
Located in a prewar building at 125 Eastern Parkway in Prospect Heights, this studio co-op is attractive and newly renovated, with high ceilings and some nice original detailing. It hits the market at the same time as a similar apartment below, opening up the option to buy them both and create… Read More >The post Prewar Prospect Heights Studio With Renovated Kitchen, Near Brooklyn Museum Asks $349K appeared first on Brownstoner.