↑In Boerum Hill, a lovely modern brownstone is going for $2.45 million. It features two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, an open living room with a wood-burning fireplace, and a landscaped backyard. The finished basement comes with exposed white brick and the ability to function as another bedroom, or anything else, for that matter.
UPDATE: Alas, the unit for sale is a triplex within a three-unit co-op and not the entire brownstone. Nevertheless, it's still a lovely space worth considering.
↑A contemporary Clinton Hill home with six bedrooms and four bathrooms is going for $4.25 million. The facade is an interesting medley of wood, glass, and stone paneling. Within the home, every modern luxury you can think of is offered. For starters, there’s a central vacuum system, snow melt system, and a retractable glass wall-to-ceiling wall in the master bedroom and parlor floor. The roof deck offers 1,300-square-feet while a large patio leads to a lush backyard.
↑A two-family Bed-Stuy home has been renovated and now offers modern elegance with touches of original charm. There are three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, open living and dining space, and a lovely kitchen with pressed tin ceilings and top-notch appliances. When it comes to outdoor space, there lots of it–there’s a huge roof deck and large backyard. Asking price is $1.949 million.
↑Another remastered townhouse, this time in Park Slope, features five bedrooms, an open concept parlor floor, a sweeping kitchen with whitewashed beamed ceilings, central skylight, stained glass windows, a functioning fireplace, and much more. Asking price is $3.45 million.
↑"This diamond in the rough has seen its share of days and is awaiting a new dawn," says the listing description for this early 20th-century home along Saint Johns Place in Crown Heights. The two-family dwelling is semi-detached and, to be quite honest, is in major need of a face lift both inside and out, but there’s plenty of potential to work with. Asking price is $1.399 million.