Here's a grand Renaissance Revival limestone home in the Prospect Lefferts Garden Historic District with a red clay roof, garage and period details galore.
Here’s an extra-large Bed Stuy brownstone packed with rare original details, including a whopping 10 decorative mantels.
This two-story Colonial Revival in Flatbush is a renovated early 20th century brick home with original details as well as modern touches.
This massive four-story Renaissance Revival townhouse in the Crown Heights Historic District has eye-popping details and incredible woodwork.
This sprawling three-story standalone, which served as the inspiration for main character Frye’s home in the animated TV series “Futurama,” is on the market for the first time in decades.
Here’s a prime historical Brooklyn Heights residence — an 1846 Greek Revival in pristine shape and with many an original feature.
Here's a fine figure of a Park Slope brownstone, with choice details, modern updates and a prime Center Slope location.
Here's a 19th century brick row house with some original details on one of Carroll Gardens' coveted blocks.
Here's a jaw-dropper of an 1883 brownstone that was restored and tricked out with Victorian-style appointments by the guy who literally wrote the book on restoring brownstones -- or the journal at least.
This Renaissance Revival brownstone has a load of original detail in prime condition and is located in the Prospect Heights Historic District.