The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a standalone in Marine Park, a brick house in Boerum Hill and a brownstone in Park Slope.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a Park Slope brownstone, a Flatbush standalone and a Carroll Gardens two-family.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a wood frame in Brooklyn Heights, a brownstone in Bed Stuy and a townhouse in Park Slope.
After a bit of a style tweak on the interior, this 1820s Brooklyn Heights wood frame is back on the market.
A walk through the second Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse takes you on a journey through a wide range of design styles.
More than 15 designers have taken over a historic early 19th century wood frame house in Brooklyn Heights to showcase the latest in interior design.
Even in a neighborhood filled with architectural delights, the generously wide, gray-shingled facade seems to hint at an interesting past.
More than 15 designers will transform a rambling early 19th century wood-frame house on a charming fruit street near the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.
This week, we took a look back six months on the calendar and check out how four of our featured listings fared on the market.
This shingled wood-framer dates to the early 19th century and was once owned by a port captain.