Among the results of this just-short-of-gut renovation: an airy, lofty parlor floor, a luxe master dressing room, all-new baths and a gorgeous mudroom.
The house appears pristine inside and out, with attractive original floors and woodwork, a pier mirror, fireplace, and modern kitchen and bathrooms.
Fast forward 130 years and our modern light fixtures are hanging from the same medallions where original fixtures hung.
If you have passed by the Endale Arch in Prospect Park without even noticing it, the 19th century designers of the park would perhaps not be offended.
This top-floor walkup in a 1925 building is bigger than the typical Sunset Park apartment and has a bank of windows overlooking the park.
Preservation and landmarking efforts have mostly concentrated on residential and civic architecture and not our our rich industrial heritage.
We didn't get the second bedroom on our wish list, but there's a walk-in closet and parking.
Both apartments are studios, set at an area median income range of 60 percent.
A large pre-Civil War house in move-in condition is back on the market with a fresh coat of white paint, new photos and a lower asking price.
Visitors to the horticultural delights of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden have a new perch from which to enjoy the view.