A backyard bamboo stand, vaulted ceiling and chalkboard walls in an attic playroom, and a double-height kitchen ceiling with skylight are among the elements that make this standalone Bay Ridge house a distinctive property.
This prewar co-op in a 1928 building has beautiful hardwood floors, high ceilings and has recently dropped its asking price.
This penthouse crowning Dumbo's Lexus condominium offers views, three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and an open-plan design in one of Brooklyn's most desirable neighborhoods.
Built in the 19th century, this 22-foot-wide single-family townhouse in Downtown Brooklyn has an abundance of modern interior touches and multiple outdoor spaces.
There's more than 1,200 square feet in this corner unit, and the living room, dining area and kitchen are an open-plan design.
Located in a full-service building, it has been renovated from top to bottom, with Brazilian hardwood floors, crown molding and custom window treatments.
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo offers clean, modern design inside and out, three outdoor spaces and a penthouse office with privacy
This beautifully intact limestone townhouse mixes original details with thoughtful modern updates, including unobtrusive Lutron lighting and Sonos surround sound.
Featured in numerous design publications, the house is well laid out and accented throughout with warm poplar, including a breathtaking stairway lined with a two-story bookcase.
This early 20th century Bay Ridge house beautifully combines original details with a fresh renovation.