Here’s a unique brownstone that sticks out, literally, with a teal blue metal bump out with a bank of windows on the upper floor.
This standalone in the Fiske Terrace – Midwood Park Historic District offers plenty of space and some fetching details.
A looker inside and out, this Renaissance Revival limestone has numerous well-preserved details as well as fairly prosaic but serviceable bathrooms and kitchens.
Here’s an impressive single-family brick townhouse in the Prospect Lefferts Gardens Historic District that seamlessly blends both old and new elements.
Here’s a spacious brownstone in Park Slope that’s in move-in condition, but could use an update in the kitchens and baths.
Here’s a looker of a four-story brownstone in the Park Slope Historic District that might be described as a “wood palace.”
Here’s an attractive Italianate brownstone with a thoughtful gut renovation that opens up the main living space, connecting the original details with modern additions.
On a historic Park Slope block unfortunately not protected by any historic designation, this single-family brick home is lovely but in need of some love.
Located within the proposed extension of the Boerum Hill Historic District, this charming, three-story Greek Revival has a number of well maintained original details and a nice renovation.
This Queen Anne brownstone combines an extravagance of original architecture with a colorful history and stunning recent renovation.