The well-preserved townhouse has at least six mantels, including several made of slate with the original faux-painted finish--a rarity.
A Kensington house with a Mediterranean air has a wide garage in back and early 20th century Arts and Crafts features inside.
The circa 1857 townhouse has a restored exterior and a contemporary interior, one that is more thoughtful than a typical flip.
An original two-family close to Prospect Park has exemplary woodwork and is chock-full of original details seemingly in pristine condition.
In estate condition, it needs work, but it's got most of its original details intact and enough windows to possibly cure seasonal affective disorder.
This neo-Renaissance limestone row house got high-end renovation and restoration in 2011 from Delson or Sherman Architects.
The 1928 house has updated kitchens and baths as well as intact original details in good condition such as parquet floors and French doors.
An unusual Carroll Gardens townhouse built from the guts of a garage is being resold a year after being completed.
Built in 1888, it got the works from noted architect Isaac Reynolds, including mahogany woodwork, Minton-style tile and elaborate mantels.
The top-floor kitchen is particularly quaint, with original subway tile and cabinets with a scalloped edge detail.