Built by one of Brooklyn's "lady developers," the townhouse has an unusual graphic facade and updates that highlight its original features.
The house was developed by a woman and possesses a ton of intact original Arts and Crafts features, such as an arched brick fireplace.
The house has three extravagant mantels, stained glass, eclectic details, and a striking Art Deco bathroom.
Noted contemporary architect Leslie Gill converted it into a three-bedroom in the '90s, adding custom designed shelving, rails and skylights, and smart space planning.
This spacious and fully detached two-family has glorious Arts and Crafts details such as unpainted woodwork, coffered ceilings, stained glass and fireplaces.
This well-preserved Neo-Grec townhouse is dripping with original detail, including pier mirrors, carved mantels, colorful tile, hand-painted sinks and plaster garlands.
This deceptively modest pre-Civil War Greek Revival wood-frame house has a fairly intact facade and original black marble mantels.
Given a thorough overhaul by its owner-designers, it has mint-green kitchen cabinets, custom cement tile, and garden beds bordered with rusted steel.
This Romanesque Revival has a pedigreed architect and an imposing street presence, although many of its more opulent interior details seem to have been lost to renovations soon after it was built.
Along with four outdoor spaces, it has a smartly renovated kitchen and lots of period woodwork.