This large two-bedroom duplex co-op is spacious and has a flexible layout. It sits in landmarked 1860s Fort Greene townhouse row that became apartments in the early 20th century.
This prewar Prospect Heights two-bedroom co-op is gracious and attractive, with generous spaces and a functional layout.
Located in Prospect Heights, this studio co-op is attractive and newly renovated, with high ceilings and some nice prewar detailing.
This three-bedroom co-op offers a pretty nice setup for just over half a million, with some prewar details, good light and a decent amount of space.
Actress Chloe Sevigny is selling the Classic Seven co-op she bought on Prospect Park West just over three years ago -- and it's a pretty smashing pad.
This South Slope one-bedroom co-op is recently renovated and quite nice, with high ceilings, a decent amount of space and a wood-burning fireplace.
This Sunset Park two-bedroom has inlaid parquet floors, a renovated kitchen and bathroom, low maintenance charges, and a location directly across from Sunset Park. It's on the third floor of a five-story, 68-unit building at 661 41st Street.
This cavernous one-bedroom loft has a couple of distinctive features, including a curved iron stairway and a custom-built "disappearing closet."
This two-bedroom co-op apartment is bright, attractive, spacious, and located on a prime Cobble Hill block, for under a million. It's in an eight-unit building at 225 Baltic Street, between Court and Clinton.
This Prospect Heights one-bedroom delivers plenty of early 20th century charm, with its fetching original wooden door and window frames, its gorgeous mirrored mantel and its classic black-and-white tiled bathroom, with Art Deco-era tub.