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.
A petite but flexible one- or two-bedroom apartment in a circa 1860s brownstone mansion has grand details and is move-in ready.
The compact but graceful unit in a full-service building has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and five closets.
This resale in a recently built condo in Bushwick has an attractive garden and finishes but the layout is less than ideal.
This efficient yet gracious one-bedroom in the Brooklyn Heights Landmark District could potentially be used as an investment property.
Although only two rooms, this compact one-bedroom in Park Slope has some well-designed aspects to recommend it.
With 25 foot wide frontage and tall ceilings, it's got generous proportions, two big bedrooms, a dining room and plenty of storage.
This condo in Park Slope has bamboo floors, two bathrooms, a balcony, storage and minimalist touches.
This one-bedroom apartment on the top floor of a 1936 elevator building has room enough for books, a home office, and even a Murphy bed.