Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn

Manhattan | 524 West 149th Street

Hamilton Heights Townhouse

$2.15 million

A 2,685-square-foot limestone townhouse from 1910, with a duplex that has two bedrooms on the garden level and a living room, family room and kitchen on the parlor floor; and two stacked one-bedroom apartments above. They house has gas heat, fireplaces, stained-glass windows, skylights, an unfinished basement, a garden with perennial plantings, a fish pond and a gazebo. Kenneth Thornton, Sotheby’s International Realty, 315-727-8553;


Taxes: $620 a month


The townhouse, on a pretty brownstone block in Hamilton Heights, is rich with ornate original details inside and out. There’s plenty of potential to modernize it and restore its beauty.


The only thing updated in the past 10 years is the roof. The kitchens in the duplex are small.

Manhattan | 207 East 21st Street, No. 6A

Gramercy Duplex


A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 700-square-foot duplex penthouse with an open kitchen and living space, dining alcove and balcony on the lower level, and a bedroom with custom built-in drawers and a terrace on the upper level, plus central air-conditioning, on the sixth floor of a seven-story 1930 co-op with a video intercom, bike room and shared laundry. Mia Sippala, Corcoran Group, 917-886-9840;


Maintenance: $1,929 a month


Having two outdoor spaces is nice, and the building is close to Gramercy Park and Union Square Park. The central air-conditioning system is only two years old.


The bathroom is on the first floor by the entrance, far from the bedroom. Dogs are not permitted.

Brooklyn | 207 Park Place, No. 4E

Prospect Heights Co-op

$1.775 million

A three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath, roughly 1,500-square-foot apartment that has an updated kitchen with a breakfast bar, a formal dining room with built-ins, a primary bedroom with an en suite half bath, a full bath with a claw-foot tub, original wood floors and millwork, working and decorative fireplaces, a washer/dryer and included basement storage, in a four-story 1931 brownstone that’s been declared a landmark. Rezwan Sharif, Compass, 917-434-1920;


Maintenance: $1,105 a month


Upon entering this charming, vintage apartment, you’re greeted by a rare feature: a rock-climbing wall. Two of the bedrooms can accommodate king size beds, while the third fits a queen. Maintenance includes heat and hot water.


It’s a big apartment to cool with window units.

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