Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn


Manhattan | 10 Mitchell Place, No. 5B

A two-bedroom, one-bath, 855-square-foot apartment with an updated kitchen that has a breakfast bar, a walk-in closet in the primary bedroom, two closets in the second bedroom, a wood-burning fireplace, beamed ceilings, casement windows and through-the-wall heating and air-conditioning, on the fifth floor of a 13-story 1928 doorman building with a live-in superintendent, mail delivery service, bike and laundry rooms, basement storage and a roof deck. Niklas Hackstein, Compass, 718-666-1377; compass.com

Costs

Maintenance: $2,182 a month

Pros

Recent renovations include new windows and updates to the kitchen and bathroom.

Cons

The square footage is on the low side, though the layout makes the best of it.


Manhattan | 435 Convent Avenue, No. 44

A four-bedroom, two-bath, roughly 1,700-square-foot apartment with original wainscoting and molding, French doors, a windowed kitchen with a pass-through, a salon with built-in bookshelves, a primary bedroom with two closets, and a home office with an en suite bath, on the fourth floor of a six-story co-op in the Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic District with a live-in superintendent, a laundry room, complimentary storage, bike racks, a meeting room and a garden with grilling stations. Steven Kopstein, 917-414-3653; theagencyre.com

Costs

Maintenance: $2,284 a month

Pros

The apartment’s kitchen, floors and lighting were updated in 2017. The building has a deep history and was once home to the Harlem Renaissance author Zora Neale Hurston.

Cons

The bathrooms are dated. Residents can’t control their own heat. Dogs are not allowed.


Brooklyn | 706 Hancock Street

A 2,461-square-foot multifamily townhouse built in 1901, with a one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath apartment with a washer/dryer and patio beneath a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath duplex with an open kitchen and living area, four skylights, two decorative fireplaces, space for a home office, a washer/dryer, a deck and a backyard. Nadia Bartolucci and Samuel Weyser, Douglas Elliman, 646-673-0614; elliman.com

Costs

Taxes: $5,556 a year

Pros

The primary bedroom is large, with ample space for a king-size bed. Updated mechanicals include two new hot-water heaters and central air-conditioning.

Cons

The upper unit has limited closet space.

Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.

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