Our picks for open homes to take a look at this weekend are present in Clinton Hill, Mattress Stuy, Bay Ridge and East Flatbush. They vary in value from $1,399 million to $3.6 million

Within the Clinton Hill Historic District, an 1870s brownstone Italianate has grand proportions and plenty of authentic particulars. The estate-condition two-family is ready up as a double duplex and in want of renovation. Options embody tall arched doorways, ornamental plaster, arched marble mantels and staircase. The parlor ground contains some early twentieth century mantels, wainscoting and a coffered ceiling.


416 A Grand Avenue
Value: $3.6 million
Space: Mattress Research
Dealer: Corcoran (Joseph Dima)
Sunday July 31, 12 – 1 pm
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In Mattress Stuy, an Nineties Queen Anne brownstone has many charming particulars however may use some sharpening. The three-story single-family has a well-preserved facade with colourful bay window with iron cresting, the unique entrance door and a strappy cornice. Inside are wooden mantels with colourful tile, plaster particulars, parquet and 6 bedrooms. The kitchen and one toilet proven are up to date though not just lately. It was a Home of the Day in 2019 however didn’t promote.

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574 Macdonough Avenue
Value: $1.55 million
Space: Mattress Research
Dealer: Century 21 (Delton Cheng)
Saturday July 30, 12 – 1:30 pm
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In Bay Ridge, a good-looking early twentieth century row home with a barrel entrance seems properly preserved and in move-in situation. The one-family has parquet flooring with inlaid borders, stained glass, pocket doorways, an authentic staircase, and a eating room with coffered ceiling and wainscoting. The kitchen and two full bogs are a bit dated however seem like in fine condition.

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621 76th Avenue
Value: $1.45 million
Space: Bay Ridge
Dealer: George L Clark Inc. (George L Clark, Jr.)
Sunday July 31, 12 – 2 pm
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In East Flatbush, an 1899 buff brick and brownstone row home has been properly renovated whereas preserving authentic particulars. The latter embody wood flooring, moldings, coats with authentic tile and pocket doorways. The one-family has 4 bedrooms, two full bogs and a properly landscaped yard with two decks.


21 Fairview Place
Value: $1,399 million
Space: East Flatbush
Dealer: Corcoran (Statia Grossman, Heather McMaster, Kerry Sullivan)
Sunday July 31, 1:30 – 3 pm
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