So far, summer’s weather has been mild. However, those temperatures are bound to heat up in time. In the meantime, these deals are sure to get you hot and bothered!
Brooklyn Heights is home to this incredible home at 57 Middagh Street that dates back to 1834. It is replete with a private garden, fireplace, five bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and much more.
At $13,500 per month, this triplex certainly qualifies as a luxury good. However, not all luxuries are created equally, and the bathroom is a fine example of the sort of luxury that will produce additional satisfaction in your daily life. If you’ve got to get this pad into your life, then contact listing agent Jeffrey Gallo of Corcoran.
Meanwhile, over in Fort Greene, there is a tremendous townhouse at 231 Carlton Avenue #2. There are four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, 3,200 square feet of basement storage, a garden, and that’s just the start of it.
This duplex’s massive kitchen includes a large island (above) plus high-end appliances. If you’re interested and willing to pay the $13,500 monthly fee, you should apply yourself to contacting John l of Arena Real Estate.
If you’re looking to set more permanent roots, then 360 Furman Street #210 is a great place to buy in. Located just off Brooklyn Bridge Park and endowed with huge windows, this pad is a steal even at $5,495,000.
This three bedroom, four bathroom buy has plenty of room for any of your needs, plus state of the art amenities. Those luxuries extend to the rest of the building, which includes a health lounge and yoga studio. If you want to take advantage of this deal, contact Steve Sallion Warren Lewis Sotheby’s International Realty.
If you know of a great place available for rent or sale, or are a broker representing a property you want included, fill out our real estate contact form here. Listings must be received by 6pm on Thursday for inclusion on Friday. For more information, call our Director of Sales and Marketing Dina Rabiner at 646-228-4151.
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