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Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn

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Manhattan | 138 Edgecombe Avenue, No. 1A

Central Harlem Garden Duplex


A one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath, 900-square-foot garden-level duplex with a large foyer, an eat-in kitchen with an integrated dishwasher, a full bathroom, a bedroom and a balcony on the first level; and a living area, office nooks, a half bath, a washer and a vented dryer hookup on the lower level; plus a private backyard, ample storage and mini-split heating and air-conditioning, in a five-story prewar building with a virtual intercom. Laura Cook, Keller Williams NYC 917-935-8140;


Common charges: $614 a month
Taxes: $95 a month


This spacious duplex is well maintained. The apartment has its own boiler and the bedroom has soundproof windows.


The bedroom windows open to the sidewalk. There is no fence separating the backyard from the neighbors.

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Manhattan | 128 West 26th Street, No. 12

Chelsea Condo

$2.395 million

A three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,426-square-foot apartment with an open layout, a wine fridge in the kitchen, an en suite primary bedroom with a double vanity and dressing room, radiant-heat bathroom floors, casement windows, a washer/dryer hookup, zoned heating and air-conditioning, a balcony and direct elevator access, occupying the entire 12th floor of a 14-story new development with a virtual doorman, a super and a roof deck. Aaron Mazor, Ryan Zeiger and Kelsey Hiscano, 917-696-8772, Compass;


Common charges: $3,149 a month
Taxes: $1,060 a month


The spacious balcony is off the primary bedroom.


The third bedroom lacks a closet.

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Brooklyn | 970 Kent Avenue, No. G10

Bedford-Stuyvesant Loft

$1.15 million

A one-bedroom, two-bath 1,008-square-foot apartment with 12-foot-ceilings, a primary suite that has a walk-in closet, a washer/dryer, a patio, ample storage and window-unit air-conditioning, on the garden level of a nine-story converted prewar factory with a doorman, a concierge, a live-in super, a waiting list for basement storage lockers, a bike room, a gym and a courtyard. Gerald Magpily, Nest Seekers International, 917-664-0657;


Common charges: $1,033 a month
Taxes: $833 a month
Ongoing assessment to build reserves: $280 a month


This sunny and spacious apartment was updated in 2022.


The hallway outside the apartment lacks charm.

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