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6 NYC homes you can tour virtually

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Options include a quirky condo in a historic Noho building and a rustic Upper East Side studio

Rise Media, Courtesy of Compass

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 quirky condo inside a historic Noho building, a rustic studio on the Upper East Side under $1 million, and a renovated Park Slope pad.


Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

260 Park Ave South, Flatiron
Specs: two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, condo
Asking price: $2.495 million
Description: This elegant 1,281-square-foot condo inside a neo-Renaissance building in Flatiron (part of the Ladies’ Mile Historic District) has many nice touches including high paneled ceilings, casement windows, and hardwood floors. Plus, it has a roomy living area, four closets, a dishwasher, and in-unit washer/dryer.
Listing agents: Adam Widener, Fredrik Eklund, and John Gomes, Douglas Elliman
Click here for the virtual tour.

Courtesy of Halstead Real Estate

195 15th Street, Park Slope
Specs: two bedrooms, two bathrooms, condo
Asking price: $975,000
Description: In Park Slope, this sleek 1,010-square-foot condo under $1 million has a ton going for it. The renovated unit comes with maple hardwood floors, Caesarstone quartz countertops in its kitchen, large windows, and Carrara marble in its guest bathroom. But most importantly, it has a private roof deck with views of the Manhattan skyline.
Listing agent: Roy E. Stickradt, Halstead Real Estate
Click here for the virtual tour.

Courtesy of Nicholas Oliver, Principal Broker, HomeDax Real Estate

340 East 83rd Street, Upper East Side
Specs : studio, co-op
Asking price: $425,000
Description: There are plenty of rustic details inside this studio co-op on the Upper East Side, including exposed brick and pipes, and hardwood floors. But perhaps its most notable feature is its spacious private backyard with wood fencing and a seating area.
Listing agent: Nicholas Oliver, HomeDax Real Estate
Click here for the virtual tour.

Courtesy of Avi Baron, Oxford Property Group

345 Webster Avenue, Kensington
Specs: two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, co-op
Asking price: $599,000
Description: Take a (virtual) look at this two-bedroom co-op in Kensington, with a relatively low price tag of $599,000. The 1,000-square-foot unit has a roomy living area, five closets, and hardwood floors. Plus, the building where it’s located has a common laundry room, a gated yard, and bike storage.
Listing agent: Avi Baron, Oxford Property Group
Click here for the virtual tour.

Rise Media, Courtesy of Compass

14 East 4th Street, Noho
Specs: one bedroom, two bathrooms, condo
Asking price: $2.195 million
Description: This colorful and quirky condo also sits inside the landmarked Silk Building, a neoclassical building in Noho’s Historic District. The renovated 1,200-square-foot pad has beamed ceilings, large windows, a wood-burning fireplace, and huge living and dining areas occupying the entire first level.
Listing agents: Jennifer Regen, Goldie Hertz, and Brian Kelley, Compass
Click here for the virtual tour.

Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

1269 Dekalb Avenue, Bushwick
Specs: two bedrooms, two bathrooms, condo
Asking price: $975,000
Description: Finally, this modern duplex condo in Bushwick, which is asking a little under $1 million, has large windows, sleek finishes, three closets, in-unit washer/dryer, and a dishwasher. Plus, the building comes with a common roof deck.
Listing agents: Tzu Hwa (Matilda) Wang, Albert Moy, Douglas Elliman
Click here for the virtual tour.