In Greenpoint, here's an appealing 19th century wood frame currently configured as a three-family, with some original details.
In the Prospect Heights Historic District, here's a Renaissance Revival sandstone row house modern updates among its historic notes.
Here's a circa 1840s two-family townhouse in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District that’s currently configured as a two-bedroom garden rental below a quadruplex.
Here’s a stately freestanding Colonial Revival-style wood frame in Ditmas Park with a two-car garage and private driveway.
In the Prospect Park South Historic District, this standalone home has an ionic columned porch and an interior rich with original details.
Here's an extra-wide 1840s Greek Revival two-family in Brooklyn Heights that’s currently configured as two duplexes.
If it’s grandeur and opulence you’re after, it will be hard to find a place more stunning than this limestone townhouse in the Park Slope Historic District.
Here's a five-story, single-family mid-19th century Italianate brownstone in Brooklyn Heights that’s quite a catch for a buyer keen on original notes and a prime location.
Here’s a uniquely configured home in the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District, across the street from Fulton Park.
This stately townhouse in the Prospect Lefferts Gardens Historic District is "in need of a total renovation" but offers an abundance of rich, original details.