This two-bedroom apartment on 802 Dean Street in Crown Heights offers Scandinavian-inspired style, a private terrace, and radiant-heat floors.
This five-story landmarked Fort Greene townhouse at 52 South Oxford Street is one-of-a-kind, in a desirable neighborhood with very little comparable inventory.
This single-family brownstone at 68 Rutland Road in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens is rich in fully restored, original woodwork.
This luxury penthouse apartment atop the Edge, a condominium at 22 North 6th Street, can help you beat the L-train shutdown.
This income-generating brownstone on historic Stuyvestant Ave has been carefully restored with many of the original details intact.
This modern townhouse at 454 Prospect Avenue in Park Slope offers two rare urban amenities: light and parking.
This newly constructed two-family home is built with families in mind. The owner's duplex on the top two floors features soaring ceilings, radiant heat floors, a laundry room, plentiful storage, throughout, and a rooftop with stunning views of the Manhattan skyline, south Brooklyn, and the harbor.
With over 6,000 square feet of room, five bathrooms, a garden, as well as north- and south-facing roof terraces, this Boerum Hill carriage house offers amenities practically unheard of in New York City.
This two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath penthouse has double ceilings and a suspended stairway that has to be experienced to be believed. It has been featured on 'Million Dollar Listing' and has received an AIA Architecture award.
This four-bedroom, three-bath Red Hook townhome is all about the drama, with a spectacular view of Manhattan from its rooftop deck and a flow-through kitchen, dining, living, garden setup that naturally lends itself to delicious entertaining scenarios.