It has five bedrooms, two parking spaces in the driveway (in addition to the garage), and lots of built-ins.
One of its best features is the nicely renovated kitchen featuring butcher block counters, wood cabinetry and a stainless steel backsplash.
Situated on the top floor, this recently renovated two-bedroom has plenty of space for books in the entry hall and some charming vintage details.
The building is in the proposed Sunset Park North Historic District and has some fine neo-Renaissance details and a Beaux-Arts-style canopy with a touch of Art Nouveau.
Although this studio is petite, it has appealing features and is affordable for a single person of moderate means.
This three-bedroom duplex in the Park Slope Historic District has a sleek kitchen, three terraces and Runtal radiators.
It has a nicely updated kitchen as well as some nice prewar features and low maintenance, and it's close to Prospect Park.
This one-bedroom co-op is petite yet charming, with a wood-burning fireplace and nicely updated kitchen and bathroom.
A co-op on the top floor of a four-story walkup in the historic district, it has four bedrooms and a dining room but only one bathroom.
This two-bedroom, 2.5 bath garden duplex has an original marble mantel, crown molding, radiant heat and a nice outdoor space.