The house appears pristine inside and out, with attractive original floors and woodwork, a pier mirror, fireplace, and modern kitchen and bathrooms.
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.
The layout of the extra-wide townhouse is essentially unchanged since Jones bought it a decade ago, but the mechanical and luxury additions are quite significant.
With preserved historic details and a designer upgrade, the 22-foot-wide house has been used as a backdrop for magazine photo shoots.
The palatial neo-Georgian style house also has air conditioning, a wood-burning fireplace and copious early 20th century details such as fancy plasterwork.
A neo-Tudor 1935 corner house with a mansard roof and detached garage in the same style is a catalog of 20th century period fashions on the inside.
A classic late Victorian limestone in the Park Slope Historic District with extensive woodwork inside is on the market for the first time in more than 30 years.
This Slee & Bryson-designed Colonial Revival was built in 1916 and has a dining room, five bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Notable features include a slate mansard roof with dormers, and pretty much all the original interior details, including a wood burning fireplace.
Located in the Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District, this 1908 home combines elements of the Colonial Revival and Arts and Crafts styles.