This $1.095m two-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op on the Upper East Side has a private terrace with views of the tree-lined street, as well as a shared roof deck equipped with a pool. Summer, anyone?

Despite the cold weather and the fact that there are about two official months left of winter--or maybe because of it--NYC apartment-hunters are apparently already dreaming of summer and looking to buy apartments with private outdoor space. If you’ve got that warm-weather itch, you might be interested in this Open House Scorecard -- the 10 open houses those browsing StreetEasy this weekend saved to their open-house calendars more often than any others.

A $1.095m two-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op on East 76th Street and First Avenue has an outdoor space double whammy -- there’s a private terrace, as well as a shared roof deck with a pool. The master bedroom offers terrace views, an en-suite bath and custom closets. The full service building has a parking garage, allows co-purchases and utilities are included in the monthly maintenance of $1,642. Dogs weighing up to 30 pounds are allowed.

Across the bridge in Park Slope, a $765k two-and-a-half-bedroom, one-bath co-op also boasts a private terrace off the master bedroom, which is situated in the back of the building. The parlor level apartment (located at Third Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues) has a second bedroom at the front of the building, and an additional bonus windowed sleeping loft that can be used as a nursery, guest area or office. The unit also has large windows and 12’ ceilings and additional storage in the basement.

Over in Willamsburg on Havemeyer and Hope Streets, you’ll find a two-bedroom, one-bathroom condo on the market for $599k featuring two Juliet balconies. The third-floor walk-up has a video intercom system, triple exposures, 10’ ceilings and central heating and a/c. There’s also an in-unit washer-dryer, high-speed Internet and low monthly frees (common charges $285, monthly taxes $19 with a 421A tax abatement that expires in 2028). Subletting is permitted. Note: This apartment is a studio that the current owners converted into a two-bedroom.

For more apartments with (or without) outdoor space, check out the rest of the Scorecard below.

  1. 98 Havemeyer Street—2-bed condo, $599k
  2. 267 W 89th Street—2-bed co-op, $999.999k
  3. 487 3rd Street—2.5-bedroom co-op, $765k
  4. 150 East 85th Street—2-bed condo, $1.05m
  5. 171 East 84th Street—2-bed condo, $1.15m
  6. 235 Lincoln Place—2-bed co-op, $750k
  7. 60 East 9th Street—2-bed co-op, $900k
  8. 124 North 3rd Street—2-bed condo, $750k
  9. 186 Riverside Drive—2-bed co-op, $1.2m
  10. 370 East 76th Street—2-bed co-op, $1.095m

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The Open House Scorecard is the day-after roundup of the 10 open houses saved most often by buyers on StreetEasy.