Here's a grand Renaissance Revival limestone by Brooklyn architect Axel S. Hedman on the former Millionaire's Row.
Here's a Bed Stuy brownstone that's loaded with period detail -- most notably mantels.
Here's a home with some fetching details and tons of space, including nine bedrooms.
Here's an offbeat property, with four units spread over two separate houses: a brick-fronted Italianate and a second house set at the rear of the property.
Here's a brand new two-family townhouse with a striking modern exterior.
Some care and expense went into updating this late 19th century Romanesque Revival brownstone.
This early 20th century house with double front porches needs updating, but it's got lots of space and lots of potential.
Here's an opportunity to buy a house on much-coveted Verandah Place, the quaint, oft-Instagrammed, and generally beloved row of 19th-century houses that faces Cobble Hill Park.
This newly built townhouse in Williamsburg offers top-end finishes, modern design and an expansive single-family living space.
Everything about this 1890s brick and limestone Park Slope mansion is big.