↑Director Errol Morris lists his lovely Brooklyn Heights duplex for $2M: The listings photos make the duplex look like the sort of cozy abode that two intellectuals would want to call home—peep the rows and rows of books everywhere—and comes with a wood-burning fireplace with an original mantle, stained-glass transom windows, and a private garden.
↑Renovated Red Hook townhouse with charming details wants $1.65M: Originally built in 1899, this Red Hook townhouse was last on the market back in 2012, when it sold for $1.2 million. Now it’s back for $1.65 million—an increase that's just about on par with the neighborhood's rise in popularity. The renovated three-floor home boasts a total of eight rooms, including three airy bedrooms and two and a half baths.
↑5 NYC apartments with glorious outdoor space asking less than $1M: We’ve rounded up five apartments, all with private outdoor space, priced at less than $1 million. Be warned, these apartments will make you wish that summer never ended.
↑Landmarked Brooklyn Heights townhouse asks $14M after swanky renovation: This massive, landmarked townhouse in Brooklyn Heights, recently underwent a gut renovation, converting a former multi-tenant building into a single family home. It’s now on the market asking a whopping $14.15 million, making it one of the priciest listings in Brooklyn right now.
↑Airy Astoria condo with 2 private terraces asks $649,000: This Six Digit Club listing is a one-bedroom Astoria condo with not one, but two private outdoor spaces—a terrace off of the living area, and another off of the bedroom—as well a newly-renovated, envy-inducing open kitchen with white marble countertops.
↑Windsor Terrace condo with private courtyard asks $899,000: This two-bedroom condo, just half a block away from Green-Wood Cemetery, has a bunch of neat features going in its favor. The 1,035 square foot apartment comes with its own parking spot, a relatively spacious terrace, and gets plenty of natural light courtesy of its nine encompassing windows throughout.
↑Historic Upper East Side townhouse hides modern interiors for $8M: This particular townhouse was built in 1868, according to the Landmarks Preservation Commission designation for its Treadwell Farms Historic District, and probably cost around $15,000 when it was completed—a far cry from its current asking price of $8 million.
↑Cute bungalow on Staten Island's bucolic-sounding Seafoam Street asks $219,000: If you can get past some of the possible drawbacks—it’s located within a special flood hazard area; it’s a bit small; it’s on Staten Island—it could be a charming abode for the right person. (Or for one of those folks who wants a"second home" in the city, perhaps?)
↑Staten Island loft with industrial-chic interiors is a serious bargain: This studio/one-bedroom loft at 10 Bay Street Landing is a serious deal by New York City standards, offering up an updated kitchen and bathroom, panoramic views of Lower Manhattan, and private parking to boot.
↑Former Urban Outfitters CEO lists stunning Greenwich Village townhouse for $17M: A stunning 19th-century Greenwich Village townhouse owned by former Urban Outfitters CEO Glen Senk and his husband Keith Johnson just hit the market, and while it’s retained some of its vintage touches—the Anglo-Italianite exterior, for one, along with 10 working fireplaces—it got a gut-renovation that turned it, per the listing, into "a true work of art."