This two-story Park Slope brick row house is on the small side, but it's got character and a price tag under $2 million.
This early 20th century frame house with a porch has some appealing features and squeezes in an awful lot, including five bedrooms and three full baths.
This late 19th century house has some nice original detail and a good deal of space besides, though it looks like it could use some polishing.
This painstakingly renovated 1895 Renaissance Revival Bed Stuy brownstone is loaded with original details and exquisite Victorian-style updating.
This circa-1870s three-story brick townhouse in Carroll Gardens mixes modern finishes with a handful of original details.
Here's a four-story brownstone circa 1879 with a load of detail, down to original door hinges and keys.
Here's a Brooklyn Heights brick house -- circa 1845 according to the listing -- with original details and acres of space.
Here's a charmer of a single-family house on a distinctive block, which was developed in the early 20th century.
This Williamsburg townhouse, at 512 Lorimer Street, has been given a thoughtful makeover that's thoroughly luxe.
Here’s an 1850s transitional Greek Revival–Italianate style townhouse in prime shape, which offers a spacious owner’s triplex with plenty of original details over a garden rental.