This is an unusual one, an Arts and Crafts duplex house in the Crown Heights North III Historic District overflowing with exterior charm and original interior details.
Here’s an attractive townhouse in Kensington with some original features and more recent updates.
Here's an attractive Romanesque Revival-style sandstone that mixes a wealth of woodwork with some thoughtful modern updates.
With some sumptuous original details, this luscious brownstone must have been pretty spectacular in its Gilded Age heyday.
Here's a Bed Stuy brownstone with some fetching period details including impressive woodwork, parquet floors, stone mantels and overmantel mirrors.
The circa 1860s Italianate is choc-a-bloc with original details, including three marble mantels, staircase, pocket doors and built-ins.
The circa 1920 house is seemingly in perfect condition, with original details, recent updates and a two-car garage.
Brooklyn has only a handful of early 19th century Gothic Revival townhouses, and this one comes with original details and a wood burning fireplace.
Bells and whistles in this grand brownstone include burl inlays, Minton tile, stained glass and the original passthroughs.
A showpiece of early 20th century Brooklyn development, this freestanding rambler retains much of its stately glory even if it has been altered through the years.