Behind a Permastone facade, this early 20th century standalone has a surprising wealth of original woodwork, including mantels, wainscoting and built-ins.
Filled with some statement-making wallpaper, this 1870s Neo-Grec has some design flair on display inside its estate-condition interior.
With a bright red door, a windowed porch and a front gable ornamented with shingles and half-timbering, this early 20th century single-family in the Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District has plenty of curb appeal.
This striking Queen Anne in Crown Heights has an impressive exterior, nice original details and a slightly awkward layout.
This modest single-family offers up some early 20th century details along with a location just a short walk from Highland Park.
This home in the Crown Heights North Historic District looks to be another fine example of the work of prolific architect Axel Hedman, who designed hundreds of Brooklyn row houses including many on this stretch of Prospect Place.
On the exterior, this 1820s Brooklyn Heights home has the picturesque silhouette of a Federal-style row house, including a tidy Flemish bond brick facade topped with dormers.
Here is one for the true brownstone lover who is ready to put the work in to preserve the abundance of intact interior details in this 1870s Clinton Hill Italianate.
Complete with its own stoop-guarding griffins, this Park Slope brownstone has an exterior enlivened with ornamentation and an interior rich with woodwork.
Back on the market with new photos, some slight design changes and a price drop, this Italianate brick house in Gowanus still has its contemporary style on display.