Details like original mantels, moldings and carved balusters are preserved, despite extensive renovations, and the parlor floor has a nice open airy feel and its original footprint.
This classic Italianate brownstone in Carroll Gardens is a three-family that's currently configured as two one-bedroom rentals above an owners duplex.
Join Brennan Rise for an open house at a 34-feet-wide brownstone before construction starts on a unique condo conversion project.
Carroll Gardens' strong international ties inspired the design theme of these two-, three-, and four-bedroom condos on President Street.
This four-story Carroll Gardens townhouse has a fetching Queen Anne facade and a location on coveted 2nd Place, with one of the front gardens that gave the neighborhood its name. It looks to be in good condition, with recently renovated kitchens and baths.
Combining high design and kitsch, bold patterns and vibrant colors, interior designer Fawn Galli created a remarkable home in Carroll Gardens — one that goes against the grain and achieves a glorious effect.
This 1,809-square-foot unit is the first resale at Sackett Union, the Carroll Gardens condo building that opened its doors at 291 Union Street in 2013. It’s got three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and a daunting price tag: $2,750,000, or just above $1,500 a square foot.
The place is enormous, bigger even than an old-school co-op, but with a modern layout. Among other things, that means an open-plan living room/dining room/kitchen, measuring 30 feet wide, with a wall of windows.
A series of perplexing decisions confronted architect Drew Lang of Lang Architecture as he masterminded the renovation of a dark and dreary sliver of a brownstone, formerly three apartments, and turned it into a bright and airy dwelling for a family of former Manhattanites.
Brooklyn doesn’t care about having the biggest tree or the best window displays — the County of Kings instead uses its holiday spirit to help the hungry.
Located at the corner of 4th Place and Clinton Street in Carroll Gardens, this brick row house has a few distinguishing quirks, including the fact that it sports two addresses — 46 4th Place and 509 Clinton Street.
The entrance is at the rear of the building, on 4th Place, where there’s a one-story extension housing a small studio apartment. The rest of the 3,200-square-foot house holds three units, one on each floor. Which means some refiguring is in order for anyone who wants to carve out an owner’s duplex or triplex.