The parlor floor co-op has high ceilings, a carved marble mantel, bay window and oversize doors, but recent updates are not making the most of its considerable charms.
This studio has large arched windows and is stationed in a landmarked 1890-1891 mansion by Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert, a somewhat storied architect of turn-of-the-century New York.
This mid-century modern two-family Brooklyn Heights townhouse has a one-car garage and a distinctive interior.
It's on the third floor of an unusual late Victorian apartment building that was given a neo-Colonial makeover in 1942.
This fifth-floor co-op in a 1914 building blends the new and the Edwardian in a relatively spacious layout.
Designed by noted architect Morris Adjmi, 70 Henry is a boutique collection of brand-new luxury residences in a landmark Brooklyn Heights building.
The surviving carriage houses of Brooklyn Heights lure the passerby with the charm of their scale and inspire the covetous urge to imagine dwelling within.
Wood and brick Federal-style homes were among the first to be built in Brooklyn Heights, beginning in the 1820s. The oldest houses in the Heights still standing today were built in this decade.
Tucked into the southern end of Brooklyn Heights in the enchanting Willow Town area is a stretch of Gothic Revival rowhouses with an unusual architectural feature that looks curiously modern.
While it will never compete with the Dumbo view of the Manhattan Bridge, surely the most Instagrammed shot in Brooklyn, a colorful stretch of Joralemon Street is one of the most photographed spots in Brooklyn Heights.