Brooklyn News: A Park Slope Limestone Gets a Reno With Modern Glamor

A Bay Ridge Tudor With a Garage and Three More to See, Starting at $875K

Our picks for open houses to check out last weekend were found in Midwood Park, Bed Stuy, Bay Ridge, and Marine Park. They range in price from $875,000 to $3.25 million.

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Rendering of 55 Summit Street Cooperatives on the left and two neighboring developments via NYC Housing Connect

Affordable Housing Lottery Opens for Co-op Apartments, Starting at 183K, in Brooklyn

An unusual affordable housing lottery is taking place, for five Columbia Street Waterfront District co-op apartments for sale rather than for rent. Estimated sale prices range from $183,039 to $203,904 for a studio or two-bedroom apartment. The lottery is open until the end of the month.

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Roomy Park Slope Garden Apartment With Marble Mantel, Office, Laundry Wants $3,300

This four-room apartment in a Park Slope brownstone has a choice of original details and a flexible layout that makes for a spacious one-bedroom that could also work as a two-bedroom. It’s on the garden floor of a late 19th century Neo-Grec row house at 355 5th Street.

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PLG Limestone With Mantels, Stained Glass, Bay Windows Asks $1.675 Million

This classic Prospect Lefferts Gardens angled-bay limestone appears to be in move-in condition, with a plethora of original details and recently updated bathrooms. Outside the historic district, the three-family is a prime candidate to legally transform into a duplex over a rental apartment without triggering a tax increase.

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Photo by Jacob Snaply

The Insider: New Kitchen, Baths, Decor Add Modern Glamor to Park Slope Limestone

With its well-preserved woodwork, plaster decoration, diamond-paned led windows, and other regal details, this stoopless turn-of-the-20th-century brick and limestone row house would fit right in on any of uptown Manhattan’s toniest blocks.

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