↑Splendid Staten Island House With Backyard Oasis Asks $749,000: The 1901 Colonial Revival-style house at 130 Tysen Street in Randall Manor not only has a backyard that, in listing parlance, would "inspire any impressionist artist," but also sidles up to verdant Sailors’ Snug Harbor.
↑Enormous Brooklyn Heights Mansion Wants $18M After Gut Reno: Before being purchased by Kushner Companies, the home was part of a trio of homes that housed Brooklyn Law School students. The plush pad is now one of Brooklyn’s most expensive homes.
↑Citrus-Colored Chelsea Co-op Asking $699,000: The adorable apartment has a sleep alcove sectioned off from the common space that features a built-in bed, two small storage spaces on either side, and additional storage overhead.
↑Hamilton Heights’s Most Expensive Townhouse Asks $4.8M: The Hamilton Heights home now on the market had been vacant and had gone into disrepair over the last few decades, but it recently underwent a spiffy renovation which still maintained the old configuration of the house, and kept some of the old details.
↑Colorful Midtown Condo Embraces Modern Style, Wants $1.7M: The fashionable pad is part of an open floor plan and features an incredibly spacious living room, white oak floors, a sleek kitchen, and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow for a burst of natural light to illuminate the home.
↑Eccentric West Village Studio With a Mini-Loft Asks $695,000: The designer pad features 12-foot ceilings, four windows, a small but well-equipped kitchen, and a bathroom fitted with a two-person hot tub. Buyer beware: the bed is rather close to the ceiling, yup that’s right.
↑Historic West Village Townhouse Seeks $19.6M After Total Revamp: This 3,891 square-foot townhouse last sold for $7.6 million in 2010, but six years later, it’s back on the market for nearly three times the price.
↑Yet Another Boerum Hill Condo Launches Sales From $504,000: The first batch of listings for the Issac & Stern-designed condo building have hit the market with somewhat reasonable asking prices (all things considered).
↑Loft-Like Dumbo Townhouse with Lots of Outdoor Space Asking $7M: With a strong loft-like feel, the dwelling, asking $7 million, offers lots of open space in the living and dining rooms as well as a custom Italian kitchen with an open concept layout adjacent the sleek staircase that leads to the top floor.
- All For Sale in New York [Curbed]