The semi-detached house has an abundance of windows on three sides and appears to be well kept.
This townhouse possesses glorious details, some covered over with paint, others preserved in their original -- but dark for our times -- Axel Hedman-designed splendor.
It has eight marble mantels, pocket shutters, wide plank floors, and crown molding on some levels.
This fairly charming, low key, old school Park Slope two-family deal has some nice Romanesque Revival and Queen Anne architectural features and a deck.
Carefully restored and updated with high-end flourishes, this elaborate Axel Hedman townhouse has a kitchen that would be at home in Wallpaper magazine.
Inside, the house has notable design features like ornate stained glass windows, mahogany mantels and a kitchen that seems inspired by the Bauhaus.
This 1879 brownstone in the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District was renovated by an artist owner and returned to its original single-family configuration.
This architect owned and built 1887 brownstone is the jewel of the row and contains unpainted woodwork and four mantels.
This over-the-top townhouse is among the finest in Stuyvesant Heights and includes four parlors, eight mantels, extensive woodwork and well-preserved service areas.
This standalone early 20th century Arts and Crafts house possesses a lot of endearing qualities and appears to be in move-in condition.