Almost a four-room apartment, it has original moldings, coved ceilings, and a series of four stately arched doorways.
This two-bedroom co-op in a circa 1850 Green Revival brick townhouse has a second bathroom, walk-in closet, and light on three sides.
The three-bedroom apartment has high ceilings, hardwood floors with inlaid borders and original moldings.
A one-bedroom co-op in a circa 1908 limestone apartment building comes with some attractive original features such as dark stained wood floors.
An attractive apartment in a 1912 Finnish co-operative a block away from Sunset Park nicely balances preserved woodwork with modern improvements.
This large one-bedroom in a six-story 1937 elevator co-op has most of its original details and appears to be in move-in condition.
Original kitchen cupboards, a black and white tiled bathroom, high ceilings and parquet floors offer vintage flair.
It's a large apartment, with three bedrooms, storage and pretty original details.
A relatively inexpensive venture, the two-bedroom has a bank of windows along the long wall overlooking Sunset Park.
This luxury condo shares some DNA with Park Avenue prewar co-ops and has 11-foot-high ceilings and a myriad of closets, including three of the walk-in variety.