The neo-Renaissance row house has a good number of closets, a rear as well as a front entry foyer, and a decent-size yard.
This mid-century modern two-family Brooklyn Heights townhouse has a one-car garage and a distinctive interior.
A bay and carvings give it some punch on the street, but that's nothing compared to the entry hall or double parlor.
The parlor level has outstanding details like original black marble mantels, foliate crown moldings and ear moldings around the doors and windows.
A new dressing room, laundry room, and updated kitchens and baths meet woodwork, stained glass, parquet, mantels and a pier mirror in this landmarked Park Slope limestone.
This circa 1900 limestone townhouse in Windsor Terrace has pronounced bay windows and a mixture of Beaux-Arts, Renaissance Revival and Arts and Crafts features.
It appears fairly modest from the street, but the 2,255-square-foot home has three bedrooms and a steam room.
This sprawling Colonial Revival on Hinckley Place in Prospect Park South has the grandiosity of an early 20th century Edwardian house.
The house has a wide 25-foot street front and historic details -- promising, despite a possible need for renovation.
It probably needs the works, but considering its plethora of Queen Anne details will likely polish up nicely.