This standalone home in the Belle Harbor section of the Rockaways is half a block from sand.
Light floods into this circa-1870s Italianate house at 92 Bergen Street in Boerum Hill, thanks to a rear wall of glass, an oversize skylight over the stair, and a double height family room.
This recently renovated two-bedrooom apartment is in a great neighborhood and provides some nice touches, all for under $1 million.
This corner two-bedroom, two-bath loft is located in a landmarked prewar building with an Art Deco lobby in Downtown Brooklyn.
There's no shortage of impressive original detail in this Italianate townhouse in Fort Greene, including two bay windows and wedding-cake plaster decoration.
A six-part lecture series about the history and care of Brooklyn's 19th century townhouses kicks off with the history of Park Slope architecture by noted Brownstoner author and historian Suzanne Spellen.
This corner two-bedroom, two-bath offers sweeping views of Manhattan and Brooklyn -- not to mention ample closet space and a sleek design.
This renovated two-family townhouse in Park Slope retains its 19th century charm and original details yet offers modern convenience.
This huge brownstone is unusually wide at 25 feet and has deep front and rear gardens.
The woodwork in this Prospect Lefferts Gardens brownstone at 207 Lincoln Road is some of the nicest we've ever clapped eyes on, and there is no shortage of other ornate detail.