Filled with some statement-making wallpaper, this 1870s Neo-Grec has some design flair on display in its estate-condition interior. There are also marble mantels, pocket doors, wood floors and a stair among the many original details.
Coney Island was transported back in time this week as stars of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” took to the historic Riegelmann Boardwalk to film scenes for the show’s upcoming fourth season.
In a World War II-era housing complex originally designed for Navy officers and the enlisted, this Clinton Hill co-op has some appealing features, including a spacious layout with room for a home office.
With a bright red door, a windowed porch and a front gable ornamented with shingles and half-timbering, this early 20th century single-family in the Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District has plenty of curb appeal. The Arts and Crafts-style house at 1643 Glenwood Road is also the work of noted architects Slee & Bryson, who designed around 30 houses in the district.
Behind a Permastone facade, this early 20th century standalone has a surprising wealth of original woodwork, including mantels, wainscoting and built-ins. Located on the corner of Farragut Avenue in the micro nabe of South Midwood, 685 22nd Street also has a two-car garage.
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