Click on the slide show to see this week’s featured properties:
In Sunset Park: a one-bedroom, one-bath, prewar apartment with a gracious layout, large windows, hardwood floors with walnut and cherry inlays, a dining room that could be used as a second bedroom, and a large kitchen, in a meticulously maintained Finnish co-op that has a shared herb garden, laundry and basement storage.
In Midtown East: a top-floor, one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a solarium, a wraparound terrace, basement laundry, bike storage and a part-time doorman, in the prewar Beekman Hill House.
In Todt Hill: a three-bedroom, three-bath Tudor that was owned and designed by the architect Ernest Flagg on a site that has been declared a landmark, with a massive living room skylight, ample kitchen storage, an unfinished basement and a 1986 addition by the architect Robert A.M. Stern, on 0.28 acres in a homeowners’ association.
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