Our picks for open houses to see this weekend include a Romanesque Revival brownstone in Bed Stuy and two Italianate wood frames in Greenpoint.
Our picks for open houses to see this weekend include a Bed Stuy brownstone designed by noted 19th century architect Amzi Hill and a Renaissance Revival brownstone in Park Slope.
This weekend's open house picks include a redesigned Williamsburg townhouse with few remaining historic details, though it likely dates back to at least the 1850s.
None are perfect, but all have original historic detail and appear to be in move-in condition.
For this weekend's open house picks, we have four with a mix of updates and original details, including a brownstone in Fort Greene with ornate plasterwork.
Here we have four wonders of the mid 19th century, all with the characteristic curved features of that florid age, such as arched marble mantels and rounded newel posts.
Three are move-in ready, possessing a mix of original details and updates, and one needs work but has appealing features such as a side driveway with parking.
Our slate of open houses to see this weekend include an eclectic Crown Heights townhouse built by one of Brooklyn's 19th century lady developers.
This week's foursome of open house picks range from a 1930s three-family home in East Flatbush to a refinished standalone two-family home in Ditmas Park.
We have a foursome of rehabs in Clinton Hill, Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park, Crown Heights and Carroll Gardens ranging from an elegant and bespoke Italianate to a passable might-need-a-rethink brick house.