Brooklyn News: A Row House With an Elizabeth Roberts Reno

A Bay Ridge Standalone With a Garage and Three More to See, Starting at $979,888

Our picks for open houses to check out last weekend were found in Windsor Terrace, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Bay Ridge, and Sheepshead Bay. They range in price from $979,888 to $3.35 million.

brooklyn house for sale exterior with view of solar panels and porch

West Midwood Standalone With Wraparound Porch, Solar Panels, Central Air Asks $1.95 Million

This early 20th century standalone has an enticing wraparound porch, a spacious interior with six bedrooms, and a few period details while also offering a new owner an opportunity to make their own design mark. The house has been altered in spots over the decades and has modern amenities like solar panels and central air.

kitchen with wall of glass

Cobble Hill Row House With Conversation Pit, Elizabeth Roberts Renovation Asks $11 Million

After a thoroughly modern interior overhaul, this 1850s brick row house in the Cobble Hill Historic District boasts a curvaceous plaster stair, a double-height kitchen with a wall of glass, and new finishes throughout. The renovation by Elizabeth Roberts Architects included a three-story addition, new mechanics, and heating and cooling systems.


parlor with plasterwork

Veg-Only Fort Greene One-Bedroom With Deck, Pierced Plaster, Central Air Asks $4,700

In an unassuming brick Italianate, this one-bedroom has grand original details along with some creative and modern deconstructed elements. It’s located on the parlor floor of 90 South Oxford Street in Fort Greene, close to BAM and Fort Greene Park.

living room with mantel and wood floors

Prospect Heights Victorian Flat With Fireplace, Walnut Kitchen, Built-ins Asks $1,750 Million

Purchased only last year, this floor-through in a Victorian apartment building is back on the market with a renovation that added a powder room, among other updates. It’s on the penultimate floor of a four-story, four-unit 1890s Romanesque Revival flats building in the Prospect Heights Historic District.

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