Location: 123”125 Wolcott St., Red Hook.
This two-story, 2,240-square-foot garage within walking distance of Fairway already has a bathroom and kitchen in its 700-square-foot office area but would still require a major overhaul to make it livable.
Price: $1.3 million
Broker: Mary Gaglio, Realty Collective Photo: Courtesy of the broker
Location: 1 Main St., Apt. 16, Dumbo.
Though it’s one of the most expensive condos for sale in Brooklyn, this nearly 7,000-square- foot triplex, located in Dumbo’s Clock Tower Building, is kind of a steal. (Relatively speaking: It used to be on the market for $25 million.) The fourteen-foot timepieces embedded on all four sides of the penthouse still work, so you’ll never have to ask the time.
Price: $18 million
Brokers: Aaron Lemma, Frank Castelluccio, and Nicholas Hovsepian, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the brokers
Location: 9725 Lefferts Blvd., Richmond Hill.
Two buildings are included in this deal: a late Victorian-style parish house and the church itself, complete with pews, cathedral ceilings, and stained glass still intact. The house has solid bones (not to mention Pepto Bismol”pink carpeting on the first floor); the church, meanwhile, is in fine condition but will need a heavy-duty renovation to create actual living zones.
Price: $1.7 million
Broker: Victoria Hagman, Realty Collective Photo: Courtesy of the broker
For Rent: Swanky Synagogue
Location: 317 E. 8th St.
What was once a shul was transformed into a sleek, 4,200-square-foot townhouse in 2005, though 22-foot-high ceilings in the living room and a distinctive window sporting a Star of David in the dining room give away its former life.
Monthly rent: $23,500
Brokers: Vladimir Luzader and Danny Davis, Town Residential Photo: Courtesy of the brokers