Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
Nestled in one of Bay Ridge’s most tranquil pedestrian streets, quintessential English Charm is what best describes this fully renovated 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Brick Townhouse. This one of a kind home features a fully paved front yard patio, perfect for enjoying the serenity of Hamilton Walk. A sizable entry way foyer leads into the open concept first floor. A wood burning fire place with custom built-in shelving becomes the focal point of this cozy Living Room. Hardwood floors lead to the intimate Dining Area. Open wall shelving, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops & flooring, and mosaic tile back splash complete the bright and airy Kitchen. On the second floor you will find the generous Primary Bedroom with double closets, comfortable Second Bedroom with mirrored double door closets, and a fully tiled spa like Bathroom. The lower level offers a finished Recreation Room with Laundry area, Half Bath and built in Garage with community drive access. Tankless hot water heater, and central cooling and heating add to the many upgrades of this immaculate home. Conveniently located near shopping, restaurants and R line subway station. Truly a must see!
Directly across the East River from Manhattan, Brooklyn's charming historic neighborhoods offer an escape from the city yet are just a short trip from Manhattan via subway or the Brooklyn Bridge. New York City condos and Brooklyn real estate include immaculate 19th-century brownstones, Greek Revival and Italianate row houses, quaint converted carriage houses and prewar and postwar apartment buildings can be found in the distinct neighborhoods of this borough. Along the Fulton Ferry Landing, the enchanting Brooklyn Promenade revels in unrivaled panoramic views across the East River, Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline, featured in numerous films. Cultural highlights include Prospect Park, a splendid 526-acre treasure designed in a naturalistic scheme by celebrated landscape architects Calvert Vaux and Frederick Law Olmsted. The Brooklyn Museum of Art is housed in a 19th-century Beaux Art