1. 442 Hancock redefines 19th Century townhouse living by delicately blending architectural period details with 21st century interior design offering open floor plans, modern amenities and exceptional finishes. This four-bedroom, 2.5 bath triplex over a landscaped backyard garden is in the style of Queen Anne/Neo Grec, built in 1886 by architect H.E. Wells sits on a tree lined street that will be part of the Proposed Stuyvesant North Historic District. The parlor floor is graciously appointed with 18 foot ceilings, exposed brick, custom interior trim work with moulding and wainscoting, decorative fireplace and 3 1/4 oak flooring with cherry inlay-Simply Stunning! Accessible by the A /C train. $1,150,000. Open house is Sunday, January 13, 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
2. This townhome, located at 536 Bainbridge Street is priced to sell! This two-family home is ideal for first-time home buyers (seeking income to supplement the mortgage) and investors alike. Owner could live in an 1800sf duplex, and rent 2nd floor unit. An investor could find 2,160sf appealing as well. Currently configured as a two bedroom over a three bedroom unit with tenants in place. $409,000. Open house is Sunday, January 13, 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
3. This renovated, four-story, two-family home is located on Lexington Avenue between Lewis Avenue and Marcus Garvey Boulevard in the heart of Bedford Stuyvesant. This townhouse has a full-size finished cellar. It will be delivered fully renovated and vacant and there is a nice backyard. $649,000. Please call Jay for showing at 917-771-1226 to confirm time.
4. This home, located at 611 Macon St. is an affordable 20x42 foot building on a 20x100 lot, nestled amongst blocks of gorgeous brownstones in Stuyvesant Heights. This home retains its turn of the century period detail, and offers the space of a real home at a price one can't refuse! Currently configured as a garden and parlor floor duplex and a third floor apartment, this home offers rental income as is, or could be converted to a single-family, three-story home. $850,000. Open house is Sunday, January 13, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
5. Get here FAST because this house, located at 199 Buffalo Ave is going fast! Property does need a little TLC, but once completed, buyer can rent the entire property and earn a minimum projected annual rent roll of $60,600/$5,050 pr/month or live-in and earn a minimum projected annual rent roll of $40,800/$3,400 pr/month. With a build size of 20 x 60, the apartments each offer extra long floor plans, including 3 or 4 bedrooms, 1 bath and open kitchen/living/dining rooms. The lot size is 25 x 100 with the added 5 ft on one side of the property adjoined with that of the adjacent property to create a shared driveway leading to 2-car private parking at the rear plus added private yard space. Roof and mechanicals are in good condition. Great neighborhood, close to trains (A/C, 2/3) and other conveniences and 2 short blocks from the anxiously awaited Weeksville Historic Societies newly built Education and Cultural Arts Building. $499,000. Open house is Saturday, January 12 and Sunday, January 13, from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.