↑119 Saint Johns Place: Located on one Park Slope’s covetable blocks, this four-floored Neo-Grecian brownstone has six bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a beautiful backyard garden. The spacious open kitchen is accentuated with an exposed brick wall while the parlor floor boasts high ceilings, pocket doors, original moldings, and a staircase with a unique statue lamp. Asking price is $3.89 million.
↑87 Nevins Street: This old Merchant’s House couldn’t be any more adorable. The five-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home boasts box bay windows, exposed brick in the living room, a wood-burning fireplace, and a rear garden. Asking price is $2.5 million.
↑1199 Bergen Street: Described as being built in the "Romanesque Revival style," this five-bedroom, two-bathroom single-family home has plenty of historical detail and charm. The home has several extravagant wooden fireplace mantels, detailed moldings, and wooden wainscoted wall paneling on the main floor. Asking price is $1.975 million.
↑66 Covert Street: Located in the heart of Bushwick, this two-family townhouse has six bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and nearly 2,300 square feet of interior space. Having been recently renovated, this beautiful home features hardwood floors, a large kitchen with a granite breakfast island, a powder room, terrace, and lush garden. Asking price is $1.1 million.
↑112 Cooper Street: This multi-family house has nine bedrooms and three bathrooms throughout and is currently split up into four apartments, making it a good investment for those looking to yield income through rental property. Amenities include wood floors, high ceilings, backyard, and a laundry room. Asking price is $1.295 million.
↑224 97th Street: Just barely being a six-figure listing, this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home is outfitted with an office/media room, south facing patio, and partial views of the Verrazano Bridge. Asking price is $995,000.
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