This one-bedroom apartment in a late 19th century flats building has a location close to Grand Army Plaza and vintage flair to recommend it.
The sale was closely watched amid rumors of a slowing market for high-end properties in Bed Stuy and throughout Brooklyn.
This block of houses on Maple Street is truly different, and truly great row house architecture.
This townhouse possesses glorious details, some covered over with paint, others preserved in their original -- but dark for our times -- Axel Hedman-designed splendor.
This Axel Hedman-designed brownstone in the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District contains a jaw-dropping amount of original detail, including fretwork, a window seat, seven mantels, three working gas fireplaces, fancy plasterwork and a passthrough.
Here's a grand Renaissance Revival limestone home in the Prospect Lefferts Garden Historic District with a red clay roof, garage and period details galore.
We are very familiar with the homes and apartment buildings designed by Axel Hedman, but not so much his other buildings.
If this Axel Hedman-designed limestone looks familiar it may be because it's been kicking around the market for nearly a decade.