115 St. James Place, Clinton Hill
A conversion of this brownstone would leave you with three units: one triplex with three bedrooms, a family room, and a deck and garden; the middle floor, a two-bedroom with a terrace; and a three-bedroom with a terrace.
Price: $3.6 million.
Split Cost: $1.85 million for the triplex, $650,000 for the middle floor, and $1.1 million for the upper duplex.
Agents: Peggy Aguayo and Justin Goldstein, Halstead Property.
204 West 140th Street, Apt. 6E
A 1,047-square-foot two-bedroom penthouse with rooftop deck. Both rooms are nearly equal in size, and there are two bathrooms.
Split Cost: $350,000 apiece.
Agent: Todd Stevens, Douglas Elliman.
710 Halsey Street, Bedford-Stuyvesant
A two-unit brownstone that was renovated in the mid-aughts (but could use some updating). One buyer could have the top duplex, and the other could take the garden level with a finished basement.
Split Cost: $525,000 for the duplex; $425,000 for the lower unit with the patio and garden.
Agent: Brooke Safford, the Corcoran Group.
794 Hart Street, Apt. 4B, Bushwick
A 1,143-square-foot penthouse duplex with bedrooms and bathrooms on two different floors. One person can claim the bedroom with a private terrace, and the other person gets the deeded parking spot.
Split Cost: $400,000 for the upper-level bedroom, which is bigger, has a walk-in-closet, and opens onto a private terrace; $377,000 for the smaller lower-level bedroom and parking spot.
Agent: Jon Miller, the Corcoran Group.
165 West 129th Street
A duplex (with garden access) spans the first two floors of this three-family townhouse, and there are two one-bedrooms on the floors above.
Price: $2.1 million.
Split Cost: $1.26 million for the duplex; $420,000 apiece for each of the one-bedrooms.
Agents: Mark D. Friedman and Richard Rosenthal, Halstead Property.