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 Greenwich Village triplex with a floating staircase, a Brooklyn Heights co-op with two wood-burning fireplaces, and a Euro-modern “barn” in East Hampton.[separator type=”thick”]
Sunday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
What’s here: Priced at $4,700,000, this 2,415-square-foot condo features three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen with appliances by Viking and Sub-Zero, granite countertops and a backsplash of Calacatta Gold marble.
What we love: Built in 1915, the Fischer Mills Building was a spice warehouse for decades before it became 33 uncommon residences. And Apartment 2D is the quintessential NYC industrial loft, with loads of exposed brick, treelike columns, and bare-wood ceiling beams with hand-chiseled joinery.
The agent: Tod Mercy
Sunday, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
What’s here: Priced at $3,699,000, this seven-room triplex co-op features four bedrooms, 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: Three levels, giraffe-ready ceilings, a floating staircase, and a private garden — right in the beating heart of Greenwich Village.
The agent: Jay Glazer and Scott Hill
Sunday, noon to 1:30 p.m.
What’s here: Priced at $2,250,000, this four-room condo, part of the W New York Downtown Hotel and Residences, features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a white lacquer kitchen with appliances by Miele and Sub-Zero.
What we love: Picture everything that makes a long weekend at the W Hotel so effortless and memorable, applied to your actual life.
The agents: Steve Gold and
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Sunday, 1:30 to 3 p.m.
What’s here: Priced at $2,950,000, this co-op features three bedrooms (two of which share a 96-square-foot balcony), three bathrooms, 10-foot ceilings, whitewashed oak floors, and central air conditioning.
What we love: Maybe the wind chill has gone to our heads, but that two-sided wood-burning fireplace looks awfully fine. We’re also mighty fond of this apartment’s “alternate floorplan” that sketches in a fourth bedroom with its own fireplace.
The agents: Yara Ghossein
Saturday, 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.
What’s here: Priced at $1,225,000, this 1,230-square-foot modern home on a bit less than half an acre in East Hampton, features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a glass-fronted wood-burning fireplace by Stûv.
What we love: In architect-speak, it’s a “Euro Modern Barn,” a term that suggests a medley of cutting-edge and classic. And this one delivers, with mod features like a lovely Aerin pendant lamp and a two-sided freestanding fireplace, and traditional touches like an outsized farmhouse sink and a 14-foot-high vaulted ceilings with black anodized collar ties.
The agent: Michelle Tiberio and Don Todorich
Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.
What’s here: Priced at $2,900,000, this 4,020-square-foot home features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a dramatic bisected pool, and a deep-water dock on the Intracoastal Waterway that can accommodate vessels up to 100 feet long.
What we love: Glam mid-century Florida style, meticulously maintained, on a third of an acre along the Intracoastal. And that groovy double pool…
The agents: Steven Presson and Don Todorich