This three-story brick townhouse at 509 11th Street in Park Slope has an unusual layout, but if it suits your needs, the house appears to be move-in ready.
This house at 140 Clinton Avenue in Wallabout sits next to a recent House of the Day -- and the pair must offer a greater study in contrasts than any two side-by-side houses in Brooklyn.
This standalone five-bedroom house with a porch, at 82 Stratford Road in Prospect Park South, is an Edwardian neo-Tudor rich with dark wood paneling and other Arts and Crafts details.
This seven-bedroom Edwardian standalone at 2201 Glenwood Road in South Midwood needs work, but it offers a ton of space and some choice original details, and looks like it could polish up into something quite nice.
Here's a stunner of a brownstone for you, a renovated four-story Italianate at 370 Washington Avenue in Clinton Hill that beautifully blends graceful original detail and modern updating.
This limestone at 64 Lefferts Place in Clinton Hill could benefit from decluttering, but it's got some nice original detail and a lot of space to play with.
This iconic Federal house at 24 Middagh Street in Brooklyn Heights is one of the oldest houses in the borough. It is on the market for $7 million.
This 1878 Crown Heights brownstone designed by noted architect Amzi Hill is graceful and quite lovely, with plenty of original detail and modern updates.
This Greek Revival home at 136 Clinton Avenue in Wallabout is a piece of Brooklyn history. Built by the Lefferts family and dating back to 1835, it's the last Greek temple-fronted house left in the borough.
This landmarked townhouse at 26 Montgomery Place in Park Slope is quite the grand residence. In addition to period details in stellar condition, it offers some modern amenities the 19th-century builders of the house never considered, like a roof deck and an in-ground pool.