Our picks for open houses to see this weekend can be found in Park Slope, Clinton Hill, and Bay Ridge. They range in price from $799,000 to $3,495 million.

In Park Slope, a neo-Grec brownstone has vaulted details and beautiful carved marble mantels, as well as modern updates. The two-family house is configured as an owner’s duplex above a garden apartment, with a kitchen and terrace on the parlor level. Apparently in habitable condition, the house has mini-split air conditioning, updated mechanics, a new roof and new windows, according to the listing. It was last sold in 2003 for $800,000.

interior of 344 4th street

344 4th Street
Price: $3,495 million
Area: Park slope
Broker: Corcoran (Heather McMaster, Statia Grossman)
Sunday 17 October, 1 – 3 pm
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Probably dating to the mid-9th century, a wood-framed single-family home just outside the Clinton Hill Historic District has beautiful wide plank floors and marble mantels. It has been in the same hands for decades and comes with a saloon floor kitchen, updated mechanics and mini split air conditioning on the saloon floor. The landscaped backyard features a bluestone path, fountain and underground drip hose system.

exterior of 141 Cambridge

141 Cambridge Place
Price: $2,925 million
Area: Clinton Hill
Broker: Douglas Elliman (Zia O’Hara)
Sunday 17 October, 12 – 1 pm
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This late 19th/early 20th century wooden house, complete with white picket fence, was even more charming with its original details, visible in the historical tax photo. The single-family home has wooden floors, a stone fireplace and a tin ceiling in a renovated kitchen. There are three bedrooms plus a smaller office/nursery and two full bathrooms, both renovated with some vintage charm.

interior of 459 78th street

459 78th Street
Price: $1,095 million
Area: Bay Ridge
Broker: Corcoran (Tim Stanard)
Sunday 17 October, 12 – 2 p.m.
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Also in Bay Ridge, this single-family home sits on a hidden patio, Barwell Terrace, which is dotted with picturesque early 20th-century Tudor and Storybook-mode homes, also referred to as “Old English” in advertisements of the time. . Details include half-timbering, decorative brickwork, arched doorways and picturesque rooflines. This example has some mid-century additions, such as knotty pine cabinets and a bathroom with baby blue fixtures, wall tiles and matching tile floors. It also includes a garage with access from the basement.

exterior of barwell terrace house

9716 Barwell Terrace
Price: $799,000
Area: Bay Ridge
Broker: Corcoran (Kevin Bartnik, Gina Bartnik)
Sunday 17 October, 12:30 – 13:30
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