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.
This Greenwood Heights townhouse -- on a quiet block near Greenwood Cemetery at 344 22nd Street -- has been completely renovated with a modern and bright look.
This Queen Anne on 9th Street in Park Slope is large and lovely, with a load of original woodwork and other details, a front garden, a rear solarium and a landscaped backyard with a koi pond.
This 19th-century townhouse on North 1st Street in Williamsburg has been thoroughly overhauled with rustic modern finishes such as exposed beams and brick and a custom metal staircase.
This 1892 brownstone at 58 Macon Street in Bed Stuy has all the period details you could want, including a mother lode of original carved woodwork.
This property at 104 Butler Street in Carroll Gardens offers a unique setup, with two separate structures: a three-story townhouse and a three-story carriage house in the rear.