This brick Crown Heights townhouse looks like it could be a sound investment property, with four renovated units in a desirable location.
Here's a Bed Stuy brownstone that's been redone from top to bottom, with restored original details alongside modern appointments like spa-style baths and a floating staircase.
Here's an 1885 Bed Stuy townhouse that could use some updating, but looks to be in fairly good shape with some details and a seemingly reasonable price tag.
Here's a Bed Stuy brownstone with a fetching angled bookend facade that offers some original details within. But it still needs work.
Here's a Bed Stuy brownstone that's been gut renovated and done up with some interesting design touches, more distinctive than found in the average flip.
Here’s a fine figure of a Bed Stuy brownstone, built in the 1890s and designed by Amzi Hill.
Here's a wood-frame standalone built circa 1863 with a somewhat tangled recent past.
This Bed Stuy brownstone was built circa 1892 and has a lovely and distinctive "bookend" facade.
Here's a Bed Stuy brownstone with an eye-catching feature: a green metal bump out with a bank of windows on the upper floor, which makes it quite literally stand out from its neighbors.
Here's a four-story brownstone that needs some work, but has some details and offers potential to a buyer who's up for a renovation project.