Practically bursting at the seams with details, this 1890s Stuyvesant Heights beauty is sure to appeal to lovers of Gilded Age interiors.
There are many budget-friendly ways to take full advantage of the natural light entering an attached row house without changing the house's original floor plan or removing any original detail.
All three of the affordable apartments are one-bedrooms, with monthly rents starting at $1,800.
Not far from Cortelyou Road, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit offers up some design details typical of its 1940 construction like arched openings, built-ins and plenty of closet space.
As we enter the month of March, we’re back to take a look at four of our featured listings from six months ago, focused on homes in Prospect Park South, Bay Ridge, Park Slope and Prospect Heights.
A proposed 15-story mixed-use development on polluted land in a protected industrial area is facing blowback from locals who accuse the builders of bypassing public scrutiny by applying for an obscure city zoning variance to push through the contentious project.
With hundreds of years of history behind its walls, this early 19th century Brooklyn Heights house is perhaps best known as the 'Moonstruck' house.
Prospect-Lefferts Gardens was unusual when the duo first visited in 1974 and it remains unusual today because it is racially integrated.
A rare bit of film gives a glimpse of something that once greeted generations of Brooklynites: a flock of sheep taking a springtime stroll through Prospect Park.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner include a co-op in Sunset Park, a wood frame in Prospect Heights and a mansion in Ditmas Park.