This stunning three-bedroom condo sits in one of the Slope's most distinctive properties -- the Tracy Mansion, a neo-Classical marble palazzo built in 1912 for a tugboat mogul at 105 8th Avenue.
Here's a duplex condo that occupies the upper floors of a landmarked Park Slope brownstone, with some nice details, four bedrooms and a terrace.
This apartment has a fair amount to offer, including massive windows and a prime location.
Recently I was considering buying a condo in a four-unit new-construction building in Brooklyn. But after some intensive digging into the building and its developer, I bailed.
Here's a classic Park Slope prewar three-bedroom with nice details, ample space, low monthly fees and a berth right by Prospect Park.
Here's a nice-looking corner loft with three good-sized bedrooms and some nice architectural features.
This Flatbush studio seems a worthy starter apartment, with a modest but livable space.
Here's a renovated condo in the beloved Cobble Hill Towers that once served as housing for the working poor and now are coveted by a distinctly more upscale breed of buyer.
This loft-like apartment offers 12-foot ceilings and a corner berth that makes for striking views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline.
Here's a loft-style condo with almost 1,200 square feet of space, high ceilings and a private balcony.