The parlor boasts a painted ceiling, elaborate plasterwork including columns and swags, wood paneling, a pier mirror, neo-Classical mantel and parquet floors.
A striking renovation has transformed a 19th century clapboard two-family townhouse at 1127 Decatur Street in Bushwick.
It offers open and airy white spaces with luxurious touches such as Pella windows and oak and marble finishes.
This single-family brownstone has been renovated from cellar to rooftop, with a penthouse room on top and all the luxury touches one would expect.
With interior design by Spear Head NY, the home has a loft-like feel and warm touches, such as white oak floors.
This classic freestanding home from the glory days of commuter Brooklyn is a robust example of the Arts & Crafts movement applied to a spacious single-family dwelling.
The two-bedroom, two-bath penthouse has extensive outdoor space comprising a private terrace and roof garden that covers the full footprint of the apartment.
The home has a bow-shaped front like the prow of a ship, which lends a distinctive character to each of its four floors and finished cellar.
It's a condo, it's in a brownstone, and it has ample space and a terrace, not to mention low monthly charges -- all good things not often found in one package.
Featuring an original cornice, ironwork, arched front doors and a classic stoop, the four-story brownstone is currently configured as four floor-through one-bedroom apartments.