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Three-bedrooms for way under $2 million—with open houses this weekend

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The kids are back at school, which means it's time to spend your free time apartment hunting (if you're anything like us, anyway). And in honor of Back-to-School Week here at Brick, we've found some three-bedroom for under $2 million that just might convince you to keep your family here in the city.

301 West 118th Street, Apartment 5J, Central Harlem. Located in the SoHa 118 Condominium, which was built in 2007, this three-bedroom, two-bath apartment is 1,300-square-feet, and has bright open exposures both south and east. Asking price: $1.585 million. Open house: Saturday, September 12, 1 pm to 3 pm; Sunday, September 13, 1 pm to 3 pm

21-29 71st Street, Astoria. If you're looking for some income with your home purchase, this three-bedroom, three-bath could be it. This two-family house has a backyard and garage, as well as all new wiring and plumbing. Asking price: $1.075 million. Open house: Saturday, September 12, 1 pm to 2 p.m.

779 Riverside Drive, Apartment A12, Washington Heights. This classic-six (three bedrooms and two baths) is a maisonette; it's on the ground floor and has it's own separate entrance. It's also a sponsor unit, which means you don't need co-op board approval. Asking price: $1.195 million. Open house: Sunday, September 13, 12 noon to 1 pm

385 Clinton Street, Apartment 3L, Carroll Gardens. This parlor-floor brownstone unit has living areas in the front and the bedrooms in the back. It's got original woodwork and the kitchen has two Wolf ovens. The apartment also comes with a private storage room in the basement, too. Bonus: The building has no underlying mortgage and the maintenance is really low at $375 per month. Asking price: $1.695 million. Open house: Sunday, September 13, 1 pm to 3 pm

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