In the midst of the natural wonders of Prospect Park is a reminder of the country estates that dotted the Brooklyn landscape in the 19th century.
The top listings this week leaned towards flips and homes that might need a little love from the right owner.
Readers must be dreaming about house hunting and searching for interior design inspiration as all of this week's most read stories featured homes for sale or dramatic home design.
PLG wins an award for its special qualities, including its cultural diversity, unusual history of racial integration, and beautiful historic architecture.
Should you want to hit all four of our open house picks this weekend, you've got some ground to cover. They cover four disparate spots on the borough map: Flatlands, Crown Heights, Canarsie and Bed Stuy.
The sudden mild weather reminds us of warmer climates, and we're taking a look back at July's dog days of summer to check in on how four of our featured listings fared on the market.
These two mid-19th century houses are notable for their bounty of historic detail -- one even won a preservation award.
Winter's chill may have set in, but that doesn't mean there aren't opportunities to get out there and take some great photographs of Brooklyn's scenery.
Here's a prime specimen of a garden apartment, with some choice original detail, a garden, office and a price tag under $2,000.
It's been a long time coming, but 303 nicer-looking-than-average affordable units at 38 6th Avenue in Prospect Heights will be up for grabs starting Friday.