Featuring a living room with a 22-foot-high ceiling, the carefully considered modern interior is as wonderful today as it was when new.
This unusual brownstone was apparently built originally as a flats building, not a townhouse, and its apartments appear to be in excellent near-original condition.
Bay Ridge shows off its gracious charms in this bungalow that looks like it could be in Carmel, Calif., or Silver Lake in Los Angeles.
Both have smartly designed kitchens and bathrooms in addition to original details such as wide-plank floors, a marble mantel and trim.
The two-family has been given a modern, all-white, retro-futuristic, space-age mod overhaul that is the signature of artist, designer and author Virginie Sommet.
An attractive late Romanesque Revival townhouse has a mixture of fine original details, modern updates and antique finishes.
This brick and brownstone townhouse has undeniable curb appeal, charming original details and practical updates.
The three-family appears to be in good condition, with recently updated kitchens and baths in the rentals and a newly restored brownstone exterior.
Inside, the circa 1900 two-family is mostly white with pops of color and a warm rustic country vibe.
The Neo-Grec Italianate house has big rooms on either side of a spacious entry hall and light from windows on all sides.