The imposing brownstone on Washington Park opposite Fort Greene Park is one of a row of Italianate houses built around 1870.
With the summer season now in full swing we look back to see what photographers were capturing in June as the delicate blooms of spring trees gave way to lushly leafed out foliage.
Brownstoner's 10 most popular spring Instagram photos feature classic views framed by the delicate blossoms of flowering trees.
It is a brownstoner's dream -- an almost untouched 1870s townhouse brimming with original hardware, mantels, woodwork and even the original kitchen stove.
Mayor de Blasio's proposed new mansion tax would affect precious few Brooklyn homes, a study finds.
What is brownstone, and why did 19th-century builders select it for townhouse facades in Manhattan and Brooklyn? A brownstone expert explains.
A lecture series that covers all things related to brownstones in Brooklyn continues with a discussion about how to evaluate a townhouse before purchasing.
Topped only by the kitchen, the bathroom is one of the most important and frequently renovated rooms in any house or apartment.
After refacing a brownstone, is it normal to have cracks in the freshly finished facade?
A six-part lecture series about the history and care of Brooklyn's 19th century townhouses kicks off with the history of Park Slope architecture by noted Brownstoner author and historian Suzanne Spellen.