This barrel-fronted Renaissance Revival brownstone in Crown Heights, built by Axel Hedman circa 1899, needs reconfiguring, polishing and some updating. But it's rich in original detail and could be quite a looker.
Here's a looker of a Bed Stuy brownstone that appears to be in good shape and full of original details.
One of Park Slope’s most luxe and talked-about townhouses is back on the market, for the second time in two years and the third in under a decade.
This Fiske Terrace Edwardian needs some attention, but it's got a lot to offer: acres of space, some prime detail, a big front porch, a sunroom and a garage.
This Clinton Hill townhouse has what you want in an Italianate brownstone, including a beaut of a high-ceilinged parlor floor.
Here's a 19th century house with original details in an unlikely locale.
Here's a Bed Stuy brownstone that's newly and nicely gut renovated, with some original details and a classic feel.
This single-family home is elegant and move-in ready, with original details in fine condition.
Here's an interesting investment property: a sprawling early 20th century townhouse with nine units and a storied past.
Here's an early 20th century townhouse on one of Greenpoint's best blocks, which has been nicely renovated and looks to be in top shape.