Our picks for houses to see this weekend are all more than a century old, and all look ready for inhabitation.
This week, we’re looking back to the final days of April and the beginning of May to see how four of our featured listings fared on the market.
If you are looking for a bit of historic character in a pint-sized package perhaps one of these 19th century cottages will entice you.
This attractive Bed Stuy floor-through has generous spaces, high ceilings, a renovated kitchen and bathroom, and no fee.
The event has grown immensely -- from 150 participating artists to 350 in just the last five years -- and become more integrated within the community.
There's no shortage of oak woodwork, gingerbread trim, fancy parquet and stained glass panels in this bow-front brick row house.
Here's a looker of a Bed Stuy brownstone that appears to be in good shape and full of original details.
A semi-regular concert series of experimental electronic music performed in churches has been attracting a growing, devoted audience since its launch in the summer of 2016.
They rounded up antiques, art, wallpaper and rugs to create showstopping rooms that combine modern design with the home’s original detail.
A bull was loose in Prospect Park today and caused a bit of a stir.