The architect behind the design of this early 20th century house in New Rochelle spent much of his career in monument design and that sculptural expertise is evident in a stunning carved brick mantelpiece that is the showpiece of the interior.
On the top floor of an 1890s Crown Heights row house, this floor-through apartment could be set up as a two-bedroom or a very spacious one-bedroom with plenty of work-from-home space. It also has a bit of original character with two mantels, wood floors and some built-in storage.
With a picturesque Tudor-style exterior and an attached garage, this Marine Park house has plenty of attractive exterior features before even getting inside to the period details like wood floors, moldings and some noteworthy original kitchen cabinets.
On the first floor of an early 20th century walk-up, this two-bedroom offers some prewar details like wood floors, French doors and picture rails. Located across from the Parade Ground in the Flatbush neighborhood of Caton Park, it’s a short jaunt to the oasis of Prospect Park.
This Italianate brownstone built around the 1860s or ’70s won a Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award in 2010 for the exterior restoration and interior renovation by NV/da architecture. Located at 36 Grace Court in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, it’s a two-family configured as an owner’s triplex over a garden rental.
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