The interior of this 1890s townhouse is awash with the detail expected of its era, including wainscoting, pocket doors, fretwork, six mantels and plentiful built-ins.
Practically bursting at the seams with details, this 1890s Stuyvesant Heights beauty is sure to appeal to lovers of Gilded Age interiors.
This one-bedroom apartment in a late 19th century flats building has a location close to Grand Army Plaza and vintage flair to recommend it.
A bay and carvings give it some punch on the street, but that's nothing compared to the entry hall or double parlor.
This two-bedroom duplex is in a distinguished house at 260 Decatur Street, on one of Bed Stuy’s best blocks. Designed by famed 19th century Swedish architect Magnus Dahlander, it’s loaded with nice detail that you don’t find in every rental, including mantels, pier mirrors, inlaid floors, fretwork, pocket doors, and stained and leaded glass.