This top-floor walkup in a 1925 building is bigger than the typical Sunset Park apartment and has a bank of windows overlooking the park.
The World War II-era one-bedroom has updates and original details such as arched doorways, hardwood floors and built-in shelves.
The apartment has 2.5 bedrooms, two bathrooms, a recently renovated kitchen, and light on three sides.
The two-bedroom has an updated kitchen and prewar details such as built-in bookcases, wood floors, French doors with a transom, and picture rails.
This co-op originated as a $24 to $27 a month apartment on the third floor of an 1898 Beaux-Arts-style brick walkup building.
A one-bedroom apartment in a 1937 elevator building has attractive Art Deco details and has been converted into a two-bedroom.
The unit has appealing prewar details and agreeable space planning that lend it a modest comfort.
This third-floor walkup in an 1890s building uses clever planning and a light well to fit three bedrooms into an attractive space.
The floors are parquet and the walls are white, for a clean and contemporary yet mid-century look.
This one-bedroom in a 1940 co-op in Flatbush close to Brooklyn College is nicely renovated and relatively affordable for the amount of space.