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StreetEasy's Most Wanted: Triple crown -- Brooklyn pads with three floors and space outdoors (for under a million bucks!)

By Sara Alessi | May 18, 2012 - 10:35AM 

If you're looking for multiple floors (translation: don't mind climbing winding staircases) and would like space outdoors, you'll want to know about three Brooklyn triplexes currently for sale for under a million bucks. 

Yep, that's right. Apparently StreetEasy.comusers are already drooling over them, because they made this week's StreetEasy Most Wanted -- the 10 sales listings folks saved more often than any others this week. 

You'll find two of them in Williamsburg. The first -- a loft-style triplex penthouse on the corner of Humboldt and Meserole Streets -- is a $500k one-and-a-half-bedroom condo with three private outdoor spaces. Sliding doors in the (very narrow) kitchen lead to an equally narrow private terrace, while the rear bedroom opens to a private balcony. A spiral staircase winds up to the third floor, which offers access to another private rooftop terrace with views of the Manhattan skyline. 

A very sweet looking $749k renovated triplextwo-bedroom condo on Stagg Street (between Lorimer and Leonard Streets) features a terrace off the main living room and another private roof space off the library/office. There's also a washer/dryer hook-up, and the chef's kitchen has been renovated. Double height ceilings and an elevator are other pros.

Over in Clinton Hill on the corner of Classon Avenue and Monroe Street, a four-bedroom multi-family home features an upper triplex above a garden-floor studio apartment, all for $975k. The triplex, which was fully renovated in 2005, has a deck leading to a landscaped garden. There's new electrical/plumbing, and the listing notes the hot water tank, boiler and roof are in "good condition." The ground-floor studio is a source of income to the tune of $1,300/mo. (Naturally, it's a walk-up).

Click through the rest of the Most Wanted below. Whether you’re looking for a home with three floors, one floor, or somewhere in between, enlist BrickUnderground’s free Agent Referral Serviceto be matched up with an expert.

  1. 16 West 16th Street—2-bed co-op, $2m
  2. 225 Central Park West—2-bed co-op, $1.395m
  3. 710 West End Avenue—2-bed co-op, $1.125m
  4. 39 Gramercy Park North—2.5-bed co-op, $1.45m
  5. 199 Humboldt Street—1.5-bed condo, $500k
  6. 260 West End Avenue—2-bed co-op, $1.35m
  7. 61 Jane Street—1-bed co-op, $1.15m
  8. 79 West 12th Street—2-bed co-op, $1.295m
  9. 69 Stagg Street—2-bed condo, $749k
  10. 460 Classon Avenue—4-bed multi-family, $975k

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