Real Estate Roundup: Spooky Abodes

Real Estate Roundup: Spooky Abodes

‘Tis the season for the spooky and scary. However, deals that will knock you dead are a year-round special that BKLYNER specializes in. Scroll down to descend into damned good deals.

Greenwood Cemetery is home to many of Brooklyn’s most… creative? crypts. However, this spooky abode trumps the rest.

However, I’m not clowning around about 805 5th Avenue #1B:

(Courtesy Zillow/Corcoran)

This one bedroom with one and a half bathrooms offers 835 square feet for just $2,300 per month. The duplex comes with access to a shared roof deck. If you want all the frighteningly attractive details, contact Kristin Neinast of Corcoran.

635 4th Avenue #402:

(Courtesy Zillow/The Alexey Leasing Office of HCO NY)

Park Slope (though we’d argue) welcomes a new luxury building in The Alexey, and we’re here to show you these gorgeous digs. The amenities list is endless… or is it?  635 4th Avenue #402 might be a three bedroom, two bathroom for just $5,000 per month, but does it include any trap doors or secret passages? Contact the leasing office to find out.

312 East 29th Street:

(Courtesy Zillow/Addell Realty)

Want to make this East Flatbush pad your forever home? It’s a deal to die for.

312 East 29th Street is a multifamily home with eight bedrooms and four bathrooms on site. There’s nothing cryptic about finding a place that will keep all your kin under the same roof. Moreover, this place is a sinfully good steal at $1,150,000. Contact the Addell Realty Group for more.

23rd Ave – Gravesend?:

(Courtesy Zillow/Daniel1908)

On 23rd Ave lurks a deal that frightened the daylights out of us. The listing claims there is “luxurious and tranquil ambiance, as each room is designed for your pure enjoyment of privacy”, which sounds like a perfect spot to get some rest in peace.

(Courtesy Zillow/Daniel1908)

Also, this photo was included in the listing and I thought that broom was a shovel at first. Contact Daniel1908 if you have $2,400 per month and you ain’t afraid of something weird in your neighborhood.

461 15th Street #3:

What could be better than a two-bedroom in Park Slope, abutting Prospect Park, and mere steps from the subway? Why, if a secret cemetery was just a jaunt away!

461 15th Street #3 gives you the chance to spend a mere $3,100 per month to live in a brownstone near a Quaker cemetery that largely eschews headstones. If you think you have the right profile to be near Montgomery Clift’s final resting place, contact Benjamin Siony of Adar I Properties Corp.

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