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In Park Slope: A three bedroom, two bath, 1,471 square feet apartment, foyer, open plan kitchen, high ceilings, hardwood floors, excellent daylight from three exposures, and a private terrace in an elevator building built in 1931 was converted to condominium in 2005.
In the East Village: a one bedroom, two bathroom duplex in a Calvert Vaux-designed 1892 building with 11-foot ceilings, a floating staircase, wall unit, garden views, laundry in the unit, and basement space.
In St. George, a four bedroom Staten Island home built in 1901 with full and two bath tubs with plenty of natural light, a renovated kitchen, back yard, detached two-level garage and harbor views.
Additional coverage from Kim Velsey.