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.
Like some other cooperatives of its era, the building was originally conceived as inexpensive housing for workers.
In all fairness, this two-bedroom condo on North 5th Street has some advantageous qualities.
This one is not going to win any design awards, but it's practical, with two bathrooms and seven closets.
This nicely renovated two-bedroom has a vintage-style bathroom with clawfoot tub, picture-frame molding and inlaid parquet floors.
This two-bedroom, two-bath condo has room for a small family, as well as some unusual touches like a wood-burning stove and vintage-style bathrooms.
This one-bedroom co-op overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge in the celebrated Eagle Warehouse building has a loft, walk-in closets and a recently renovated kitchen and bathroom.
This fairly straightforward condo has ample windows in every room except the second bathroom and an open kitchen.
The parlor floor co-op has high ceilings, a carved marble mantel, bay window and oversize doors, but recent updates are not making the most of its considerable charms.