288 Leonard Street: This sleek and modern Williamsburg townhouse is composed of five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two full kitchens across its three-story structure. The renovated home features a wood paneled facade, distressed hardwood floors, wood-beamed ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen and dining rooms are open-concept and are accented with custom cabinets, a built-in Marvel refrigerator, and stainless steel venting hoods. There’s also a finished basement, backyard, and roof deck. Asking price is $2.69 million.
413 51st Street: Located in Sunset Park, this beautifully renovated six-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom brownstone consists of two kitchens, gray wood flooring, exposed brick in the living and master bedroom, and a finished basement with a private backyard. Asking price is $1.795 million.
930 Saint Marks Avenue: Residing in Crown Heights III Historic District, this Renaissance Revival-style townhouse delivers seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, two living rooms, and two kitchens. The house, said to be built in 1901, retains many of its original features like its six decorative mantles, stained glass windows, wainscoting, and elaborate wooden archways. Asking price is $2.3 million.
35 Sutton Street: On a serene street in Greenpoint, this two-family home offers four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large kitchen and dining room, and a library. The house features wood floors throughout and an abundance of natural light while the parlor floor is decked with 10-foot ceilings, a spacious living room, and access to the deck and backyard. Asking price is $1.89 million.
276 Quincy Street: This multi-family Bed-Stuy brownstone can accommodate as many as four families, with a total of six bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and a finished basement. The individual units all have amenities that include high ceilings, large open common rooms, and central air conditioning. The home also features some exposed brick and a private backyard. Asking price is $2.475 million.