A three-story townhouse in the new Sunset Park South Historic District has street character and an unusual amount of well-preserved original details on the interior.
The brownstone contains an artist's studio and workshop, as well as original moldings and wide plank floors.
A well-preserved row house in Crown Heights has an attractive English Arts and Crafts feel.
This renovated three-story single-family row house in Crown Heights is updated in the paint-it-all-light-gray style, with boldly contrasting charcoal kitchen cabinets and bathroom floor tiles.
Original details give this circa 1906 home plenty of period character, and recent renovations make it especially functional.
The seven-bedroom house is nicely preserved and updated, and has stained glass, parquet and a sunroom.
This single-family brownstone in the Park Slope Historic District has an extraordinary amount of well-cared for woodwork and other original details.
The dining room has original Arts & Crafts plaster decorations and built-in china cabinets with leaded glass windows topped by an elaborate fretwork screen.
It's got a grand entry hall, abundant parquet, stained glass and space for the extended family.
The 1890s row house has parking, original mantels, colorful tile in the updated baths, and three-zone air conditioning.