If you hanker for 1870s-style marble mantels and Neo-Grec details, you may want to take a look at this brownstone. Located in Stuy Heights close to the Macon library, it was designed in 1879 by architect Charles Isbill. We’re not loving the exposed brick, but that is easily fixed, and the house also has a pier mirror and its shutters, among other original details.
It’s currently configured as a double duplex, according to the listing, although we see only three stories total. For $1,400,000, what do you think of it?