↑Coming in at just under a million dollars is this barrel-front limestone townhouse in Bay Ridge. Featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, exposed brick, and beamed coffered dining room ceilings, and a sizable backyard, the $995,000 price tag isn’t too bad.
↑A two-family Bed-Stuy brownstone with four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms is going for $1.375 million. The home was gut renovated and remodeled with an open concept living/dining room and kitchen but plenty of its early 20th-century décor is still in place. There are two skylights, arched doubled doors, a beautiful curved staircase, a marble fireplace, and a terrace that leads to the lush backyard.
↑Sandwiched between two other homes, this sliver of a townhouse in Greenpoint is asking $2.295 million. It may not look like it, but there is actually 2,300 square feet of space that is occupied by four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a modern kitchen, a spacious rec room. The industrial chic décor includes exposed brick, arched windows, and beamed ceilings combined with a custom oak and steel staircase, chef’s kitchen, and elegant bathrooms. The expansive roof deck offers views of Manhattan.
↑694-A 6th Avenue: After receiving a beautiful gut renovation, this three-bedroom home in Greenwood is seeking $2.5 million. Embracing a loft-like floorplan, the expansive space boasts a center skylight, high ceilings and windows, a chef’s kitchen with island, and a laundry room. Additionally, there is a finished basement, two full bathrooms, and a modest backyard.
↑For $5.195 million, own this stunning four-bedroom, five-bathroom townhouse in Cobble Hill. This home is relatively new to the neighborhood, having been built in 2013. Among its amenities are a stunning kitchen, open living/dining room, large bedrooms with lots of closet space, and an expansive roof deck with panoramic views of the East River and lower Manhattan.