↑Despite its narrow composition, this two-family Bed-Stuy home is incredibly light and airy. There are a total of five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a lovely combination of vintage and modern details throughout the $2.167 million space. For instance, the master bathroom features a claw-foot bathtub and double vanity while the huge open kitchen is furnished with top-of-the-line appliances. Other details include solar paneling, a private balcony, and garden duplex.
↑Period details abound in this 20th-century Prospect-Lefferts Gardens home. There are three bedrooms, two bathrooms, beamed ceilings, decorative fireplaces, skylights, crown moldings, and much more. The lovely townhouse is asking $1.75 million.
↑This multi-family Clinton Hill home gives the opportunity to either earn rental income or convert the space into a sprawling single-family residence. It’s currently configured as 6 studio apartments and one three-bedroom duplex. The units have been renovated and the whole thing is asking $3.25 million.
↑A charming Prospect-Lefferts Gardens townhome, filled with early 20th century details, wants $1.375 million. Ceilings within the homes come decoratively plastered, pocketed, and coffered, making for a unique design in each room. There are also decorative mantels, original oak floors, two skylights, an English basement, two patios, and a backyard.
↑In Bushwick, a six-bedroom, four-bathroom home wants $1.349 million. The modern abode has been given an open concept design with details that include exposed brick, 14-foot ceilings, skylights, and moderately-sized backyard.
↑Sporting a bright red brick exterior, this Bed-Stuy two-family townhouse comes complete with five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and a spacious backyard. The house has received a thorough renovation but maintains exposed ventilation, a skylight, and exposed brick. Asking price is $3.25 million.