On Friday, make time to check out the glorious, five-floor Bogardus Mansion, 75 Murray Street in Tribeca.

Open House Weekend Report: March 15-17

Get up close and personal with Corcoran during one of our favorite home tours in New York City, the Hamptons, and South Florida.

Have plans for the weekend? You do now. Wherever you are—in the city, out on the East End, or catching some rays in South Florida—put a Corcoran open house on your calendar. Among this week’s picks, a 14,000-square-foot cast-iron masterpiece in Tribeca, the oldest home in Brooklyn Heights, and a brand-new Hamptons classic in Water Mill.

Manhattan

63 Greene Street, Apartment 2E, SoHo/Nolita

Sunday, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

63 Greene Street, Apartment 2E, SoHo/Nolita

What’s here: Priced at $2,999,000, this 1,446-square-foot condo features one grand bedroom, two bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen with a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a Bertazzoni six-burner gas range and oven.
What we love: Built in 1877, six-story 63 Greene — and wonderful Apartment 2E — represents a splendid glimpse into New York City’s Industrial Age, with 12-foot ceiling, huge windows, and those grand black-iron columns.
The agent:
 Lance Nguyen

75 Murray Street, Tribeca

Sunday, noon to 2 p.m.

75 Murray Street, Tribeca

What’s here: Priced at $21,000,000, six-story, 14,000-square-foot townhouse features six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms two and a half bathrooms, an expansive kitchen with appliances by Miele and Viking, and a 375-square-foot private garden. There’s also an assignable parking spot available for a below-market $375 per month.
What we love:
Built in 1857, this sprawling masterpiece is perhaps the city’s biggest blank canvas, with wide-open rooms top to bottom and heaps of period details (we’re really fond of the internal access panels for the cast iron façade on the second floor, pictured above, leftmost). 
The agent: 
Sydney BlumsteinMeris Blumstein, and Harriet Kauffman

Brooklyn

24 Middagh Street, Brooklyn Heights

Sunday, noon to 1:30 p.m.

24 Middagh Street, Brooklyn Heights

What’s here: Priced at $3,990,000, this historic home and its adjacent carriage-house residence feature a total of seven bedrooms and five bathrooms in 4,007 square feet of living space.
What we love: If you know Brooklyn Heights at all, you know this house, known in these parts as “The Queen.” Built in 1852, the house — and its included carriage house — present a picture-perfect glimpse of Heights life before the Brooklyn Bridge.
The agents: Jessica BuchmanBryan Rettaliata, and Kristin Miller


38 Lexington Avenue, Apartment 3A, Clinton Hill

 

Sunday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

38 Lexington Avenue, Apartment 3A, Clinton Hill

What’s here: Priced at $1,899,000, this new, 1,612-square-foot duplex penthouse features three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen with appliances by Liebherr and Smeg, and two private terraces.
What we love:
If 1,612 square feet on two floors wasn’t enticing enough, those two private terraces overlooking lovely Clinton Hill — one on either side of the master bedroom — should seal the deal.
The agents: Kelly Neinast and Kristin Neinast

The East End

369 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill
Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

369 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill

What’s here: Priced at $4,695,000, this brand-new, 7,500-square-foot traditional home on two and a half acres features six bedrooms, eight-and-a-half bathrooms, four fireplaces, a 45-foot heated pool with a pool house with its own kitchenette, bathroom, and cellar.
What we love: Perfect proportions and a highly intelligent floor plan belie the enormity and elegance of this home. It’s a Hamptons classic, newly minted.
The agent: Emily Demone

 

South Florida

3676 Vintage Way, West Palm Beach

Sunday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

3676 Vintage Way, West Palm Beach

What’s here: Priced at $685,000, this sunny townhouse features three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, a bonus office/den room, an airy kitchen, and a lagoon swimming pool with spa.
What we love: Location matters, and this villa-style townhouse sits squarely in the heart of West Palm’s Antique Row, home to some 40 of the state’s finest dealers of art, artifacts, and furniture from the 17th to the 20th centuries.
The agent: Beth Cole