This standalone early 20th century Arts and Crafts house possesses a lot of endearing qualities and appears to be in move-in condition.
This delightfully detailed Renaissance Revival townhouse is wall-to-wall woodwork, built-ins and stained glass -- plus there are updated kitchens, baths and central air.
The single-family townhouse has two wood-burning fireplaces, a pier mirror, six mantels and scenic wallpaper in the dining room.
It's one of a 16 homes developed by prolific builder Otto Singer and designed by Arthur R. Koch beginning in 1908.
The brick townhouse has charming original details, nicely updated wet rooms, and a curvaceous staircase whose center-rear location makes the most of the home's narrow width.
Inside are impressive original details like parquet floors with elaborate borders, stained glass windows and neo-Classical columns.
It's a feast of neo-Classical grandeur and ornament, with parlors galore, two wood burning fireplaces, a billiards room, sewing room and columned mantels.
This Axel Hedman-designed brownstone in the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District contains a jaw-dropping amount of original detail, including fretwork, a window seat, seven mantels, three working gas fireplaces, fancy plasterwork and a passthrough.
This recently renovated circa 1920s Tudor home would be unremarkable in any streetcar suburb but strikes an exotic note in Brooklyn.
This elaborate 25-foot-wide circa 1848 Greek Revival townhouse in Brooklyn Heights is quite a Balkan celebration, with five stories and five wood burning fireplaces.