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.
This two-family circa 1899 Park Slope brownstone offers a fetching blend of original details and modern updating, and is in prime condition.
Here's a beaut of a Park Slope brownstone, with original details and thoughtful updating, and in fine repair.
This sprawling circa 1901 home is newly and fully renovated, with new kitchen and baths alongside a bit of original detail.
Here's a renovation project for someone looking to give a Bed Stuy townhouse a makeover.
Here's a fine looking standalone house in Bay Ridge that offers some classic early 20th century features, a surplus of space and a suburban-style spread with lawn on three sides.
This Bed Stuy brownstone is a head turner, with choice original details and some bold design choices that will thrill some buyers and turn off others.