A Bay Ridge House With a Pool and Three More to See, Starting at $699K

Our picks for open houses to check out this weekend all date from the early 20th century; one has a pool and two have parking. They are found in Bay Ridge, Marine Park and Flatlands. They range in price from $699,000 to $1,495 million.

On 76th Street in Bay Ridge, this tan-brick bow-fronted single-family row house still sports some period charm as well as a backyard pool and deck. Historic details include stained glass, wood floors with inlaid borders, wall moldings and a coffered ceiling. The kitchen has opened up to the dining room, one of the two full bathrooms in the house has a radiant heat floor, and bricks have been exposed on some walls. There are three bedrooms, and the cellar contains a kitchenette.

dining area

576 76th Street
Price: $1.495 million
Areas: Bay Ridge
Broker: Serhant (Abigail Palanca, Nicole Bilu)
Sunday January 8, 12:30 – 1:30 pm
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On 84th Street in Bay Ridge, another single-family row house has Arts and Crafts details and a parking space in the rear. Features include a sunroom, original gas fireplace in the living room, parquet floors, beamed ceilings and a dining room with original built-ins. There are four bedrooms although only one bathroom.

outside of 569 84th street

569 84th Street
Price: $1.069 million
Areas: Bay Ridge
Broker: John A Maguire Real Estate (Joseph Gualtieri)
Saturday January 7, 12 – 1:30 p.m
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In Marine Park, a circa 1920s single-family red brick row house has has been in the same family since 1979. The charming Tudor-style details of the row include peaked roofs, a motif that continues inside on the decorative wall moldings and gable- topped built-in niches. The three-story, three-bedroom home’s many other original details include coved ceilings, arched openings, parquet floors and the original staircase. A full bath with mid-century blue tiles and there is also a half bath in the basement.

exterior of 1598 east 34th street

1598 East 34th Street
Price: $748,000
Area: Marine Park
Broker: Remax Edge (Daniel Gamil, The Expansion Team)
Sunday January 8, 11 am – 12 pm
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A peak at the tax photo shows this petite wood-frame house got an exterior update in the mid-century that obscures its original style. Built in 1923, the house fits quite a lot into its footprint, including two bedrooms and a full bath on the first floor, plus office/rec space and another full bath in the basement. It has been in the same family at least since the 1960s if not earlier.

exterior of 1666 east 55th street

1666 East 55th Street
Price: $699,000
Area: Flatlands
Broker: Elegran (Kirk Eckenrode)
Saturday January 7 and Sunday January 8, 10 am – 12 pm
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