Practically bursting at the seams with details, this 1890s Stuyvesant Heights beauty is sure to appeal to lovers of Gilded Age interiors.
With hundreds of years of history behind its walls, this early 19th century Brooklyn Heights house is perhaps best known as the 'Moonstruck' house.
This detached Tudor holds a few surprises on the interior and comes complete with coveted off-street parking.
Known for their picturesque tiny doors, houses on Carroll Gardens' Dennett Place don't pop up for sale all that frequently.
The sedate exterior of this Fort Greene Italianate gives way to an exuberant, wedding-cake plaster-filled parlor floor that's been opened up as part of an interior renovation.
Located on a verdant stretch of Stuyvesant Avenue, this two-family limestone hasn't changed hands since the 1960s and is overflowing with original, unpainted woodwork.
Chances are if you have drooled over beautiful pictures of Brooklyn Heights architecture on Instagram, you have spotted this 19th century row house.
Located in the Prospect Heights Historic District, this Neo-Grec offers a surfeit of original details and a renovation that included some decidedly modern amenities, including solar panels and an integrated sound system.
If the falling snow has you dreaming of a front porch from which to view a winter storm, this Ditmas Park bungalow has one on offer, along with period details on the interior.
For those who aren't sure whether they want a period interior dripping with Victorian-era-inspired wallpaper or one with white-walled sleekness, this extra wide Park Slope single-family offers a bit of both.