The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a carriage house in Clinton Hill, a standalone in Ditmas Park and a brownstone in Park Slope.
Catch up on your reading with a look at the most popular stories from the past week.
This week's open house picks are all 19th century row houses that are in move-in condition, some with recent renovations.
This property might take some creative thinking—and perhaps the rustling up of some like-minded friends looking for a country retreat—but it has an interesting history, vast acreage and multiple houses in which to spread out.
North Brooklyn environmentalists and Pratt Institute have created a map charting historic environmental pollution in Greenpoint, Williamsburg and adjacent neighborhoods.
This nicely laid out one-bedroom has wood floors, tin ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace and a bonus office space.
Salvatore “Buddy” Scotto, a longtime community activist in Carroll Gardens, died on September 11 at the age of 91, according to family.
The traditions of ironworking go back to the beginnings of many cultures on many continents.
The proposed district, on East 25th Street between Clarendon Road and Avenue D, contains 56 Renaissance Revival row houses built between 1909 and 1912.
This early 20th century townhouse has a striking brick exterior, airy rooms with vintage details, and plenty of space.