↑In Bushwick, a loft-like home with a warm and inviting design is asking $1.395 million. The two-family home consists of five bedrooms, three bathrooms, high ceilings, bright hardwood floors, white painted brick walls, an open kitchen with an island, custom closets, and a private backyard.
↑This expansive single-family home in Cobble Hill spans 4,000 square feet with five bedrooms and three bedrooms, asking a steep $6.3 million. The parlor floor boasts 11-foot ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows and a modern chef’s kitchen while other floors feature details like custom built-in bookshelves, skylights, and walk-in closets. In the landscaped backyard, there is a playhouse, accompanied by a patio area and stone planters. [Floorplan]
↑A three-family brownstone in Boerum Hill, complete with classic details like decorative mantels and brick walls, offers five bedrooms and three bathrooms for $2.495 million. Certain areas of the home could benefit from a makeover but overall it’s in great shape and comes with an expansive backyard. [Floorplan]
↑A 19th-century Bed-Stuy townhouse designed by architect Amzi Hill is going for $2.3 million. The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home is filled with original details that include inlaid wood floors, fretwork, arched windows, pressed tin ceilings, a pier mirror, and elaborate fretwork. [Floorplan]
↑This charming multi-family home in Williamsburg with the potential to be converted into a single-family home is asking $3.35 million. The home spans 3,280 square feet with four units, each complete with high ceilings, hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, and stainless steels appliances. In the basement, there are two sets of washer/dryer machines.