This nicely proportioned one-bedroom apartment has a location that is a short walk to Prospect Park, some prewar details and a flexible layout that allows for a work from home space.
The kitchen may be mid reno but this Prospect Park South apartment offers a spacious layout, five closets, built-ins and a bath with original Deco charm.
Here's an attractive, affordable prewar studio in Park Slope one block from Prospect Park -- but there's a catch.
Located on the top floor of a former factory, this one bedroom apartment offers up a few nods to its industrial heritage along with a private roof deck and a home office.
This one-bedroom apartment offers broad views from its 11th floor perch along with a marble-adorned kitchen designed for its food columnist owner.
This early 20th century co-op offers easy access to outdoor space and an interior with original touches and recent renovations.
This two-bedroom offers outdoor space and industrial details, such as high ceilings and wood beams, as befits the building's former use as a factory.
A spacious one-bedroom in an Art Deco co-op has nice architectural features, a good-size foyer, cute vintage bathroom and large closets.
The World War II-era unit comes equipped with a gleaming white-and-black kitchen and a bathroom with fun vintage tile.
Almost a four-room apartment, it has original moldings, coved ceilings, and a series of four stately arched doorways.