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Options this week include a a charming Renaissance Revival house in Sunset Park and a mod Soho loft

With New York on “pause” to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, open houses are out, and virtual tours via Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and other platforms are in. Join us for a virtual walk through of six new listings, including a charming Renaissance Revival house in Sunset Park, a mod Soho loft, and a cute Williamsburg condo with a private backyard.


Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

458 57th St, Sunset Park
Specs: Four bedrooms, two bathrooms
Asking price: $1.8 million
Description: This charming Renaissance Revival house within the Sunset Park South Historic District has a ton of nice touches including oak floors, inlaid borders, tin ceilings, and wood carvings. The 2,280-square-foot, two-family townhouse also has French doors, high ceilings, an office space in its second floor, and a large backyard.
Listing agent: Sandy Abbas, Douglas Elliman
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Allyson Lubow/Courtesy of the Corcoran Group

334 22nd Street, South Slope
Specs: two bedrooms, two bathrooms, condo
Asking price: $1.35 million
Description: In South Slope, this bright and spacious condo has plenty going for it, including a large living room, a walk-in closet in its master bedroom, and its own balcony. The new, 1,251-square-foot unit also comes with large windows, hardwood floors, a dishwasher, and in-unit washer/dryer.
Listing agent: Lesley Semmelhack, Erik Semmelhack, Amanda McAvena, the Corcoran Group
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Courtesy of Halstead Real Estate

33 Frost Street, Williamsburg
Specs: two bedrooms, two bathrooms, condo
Asking price: $1.699 million
Description: A major plus for this two-bedroom condo in Williamsburg is that it has a private backyard. But aside from that, the 1,129-square-foot apartment comes with a large living area, a space for a home office, two walk-in closets, a dishwasher, and an in-unit washer/dryer.
Listing agent: Ari Harkov, Warner Lewis, Marc Schaeffer, Halstead Real Estate
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Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

315 West 70th Street, Upper West Side
Specs: three bedrooms, three bathrooms, co-op
Asking price: $2.3 million
Description: There’s plenty of space inside this three-bedroom co-op on the Upper West Side. It comes with its own private terrace, a roomy living room, and several closets including two walk-in ones. The unit also has nice interior touches including wide oakwood floors, crown and base moldings, and large windows.
Listing agents: Jason Lanyard, Geo Punnapuzha, and Robert Taub, Douglas Elliman
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Courtesy of Halstead Real Estate

222 East 80th Street, Upper East Side
Specs: one bedroom, one bathroom, co-op
Asking price: $875,000
Description: Aside from its relatively low price tag, under $1 million, this Upper East Side co-op has a ton of perks including its large terrace, a spacious living and dining area, and a walk-in closet. Plus, some of its elegant interior details include hardwood floors, crown and base moldings, and an ample granite breakfast bar.
Listing agents: Barbara Wilson, Halstead Real Estate
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Courtesy of Warburg Realty

45 Crosby Street, Soho
Specs: two bedrooms, two bathrooms, co-op
Asking price: $3.995 million
Description: Finally, this trendy Soho loft on Crosby Street has exposed brick, 10-foot ceilings, and wide plank wood floors. The unit also comes with a private elevator landing, huge windows, and a spacious living area. The apartment, located on Crosby Street, sits inside a historic Renaissance Revival loft building, which the Landmarks Preservation Commission describes as “evocative of the SoHo area’s prominence as one of New York City’s prime manufacturing districts in the late-nineteenth century.”
Listing agents: Catherine Silver Smith and Kathryn Landow, Warburg Realty
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