Here’s a gander at four townhouses abounding in historic decorative detail, mostly updated a few years ago but ostensibly in good condition.
An open kitchen was on the top of our wish list, but there are a growing number of people who are looking for a more traditional closed kitchen.
One neighborhood in Brooklyn has an unusual restrictive covenant that has helped it remain economically stable, racially integrated, and fiercely committed to maintaining its special flavor and history.
A new designer in town energetically sourced items both kid-friendly and budget-friendly for a young family’s starter home in Bay Ridge.
Here’s one of those spacious apartments that would be a good fit for a small family or, at least in theory, shareable — depending on how much privacy, light and space the roommates are willing to sacrifice.
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