Current Windsor Terrace Row Dwelling With Photo voltaic, Loft-Like English Basement Asks $3.395 Million
This early 20th century Windsor Terrace brick row property has gotten an interior makeover that nevertheless retains some original information although delivering an remarkable sum of do the job and perform space in the roomy English basement. At 230 Windsor Place, it is located just a small stroll from Prospect Park.
Two Mattress Stuy Townhouses Loaded With Information and Many others to See, Setting up at $1.95 Million
Our picks for open residences to look at out past weekend were being discovered in Park Slope, Mattress Stuy and Prospect Lefferts Gardens. They array in price from $1.95 million to $3.499 million.
Sprawling Garden Co-op With Sunroom, Pond in Heights Manse on Promenade Asks $3.95 Million
This 3-bed room condominium in a storied Brooklyn Heights mansion that starred in a 1970s campy occult thriller arrives with a yard with pond and a sunroom. The device requires up significantly of the backyard garden ground of 10 Montague Terrace.
Boerum Hill Row House With Wooden Burning Fire, Pierced Plasterwork Asks $4.75 Million
In Boerum Hill, this brick two-household nevertheless has some intact interior specifics that give some clues to the date of the row residence, such as Greek Revival-design ear moldings and Italianate marble mantels. The dwelling, at 267 Warren Avenue, has also experienced some renovations, which includes current wet rooms in the owner’s triplex and the backyard rental.
The Insider: Boerum Hill Triplex Gets Classy Custom Procedure in Total-on Gut Reno
The renovation of this 22 by 38 foot row home didn’t start off out as a intestine, but it shortly became just one. The earlier entrepreneurs “had been there for decades but hadn’t resolved structural challenges,” reported architect Joshua Keay of Dumbo-based mostly Eponymous Architecture, which carried out a sweeping overhaul of the making, including an owner triplex with superior-conclusion aspects.