Our NYC open houses for October 10th and 11th are starting big and bright in downtown Brooklyn. Industrial age dimensions feed the modern interior at this Game Lofts owning an apartment. It comes with top floor views of a wall of windows, 11-foot ceilings and an open kitchen with dishwasher. There is also an built-in washing machine and dryer, central air and lots of closets, and the fabulous roof deck of the building is just one flight up. Contact StreetEasy Expert on the list for details.
Want to see what a mental state looks like? This amazing Cobble Hill duplex has been so perfectly redesigned that it has already received magazine-spread treatment. Original pre-war details enhance project endings. The main floor has a powder keg and an open living / kitchen space with a working fireplace, striking blue cupboards and a full slate of high quality appliances. Downstairs are two bedrooms, an office corner, a washer / dryer and a full bathroom. Mark Jovanovic at Compass is the seller.
Kitchen of Hell
Holy outdoor space! Just look at this 800 square foot private roof terrace – a knockout feature that makes this Hell’s Kitchen 1BR one of the most interesting open houses in New York City for October 10th and 11th. Imagine the festivities, activities and fun that will take place up there. The home is located in a small, pet friendly apartment building with elevator and storage. Contact StreetEasy Expert on the list for more information.
Are you looking for a valuable city? Welcome to this spacious 2-bedroom at the Academic Twins, a pet-friendly apartment complex with an elevator and gym in the heart of Inwood. The updated and windowed kitchen opens to a dining room. A new subway tile brightens the bathroom, and there are plenty of closets at the entrance and in both bedrooms. And it is conveniently close to the 1 and A trains and beautiful Fort Tryon Park. Listed by Matthew Bizzarro of Bizzarro Agency.
Our final open house in New York City for October 10th and 11th is this charming studio. It characterizes the Western Village, which remains one of New York City’s most desirable neighborhoods thanks to its historic housing and inviting streets lined with trees, shops and restaurants. In addition to whitewashed brick, a working fireplace and original pre-war detail, this unit has an attic bed, a dishwasher and an in-first washer dryer. Cooperative purchasing and sublease rules are also quite generous. Michael Patti at Nest Seekers is the listing agent.