This week, our open house picks run the gamut from dolled up Italianates in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill to wood frame and brick townhouses in Downtown Brooklyn and Windsor Terrace.
Our picks for open houses to see this weekend start at $1.15 million and are found in Brooklyn Heights, Fort Greene, Prospect Park South and Bed Stuy.
Found in Park Slope and Bed Stuy, they offer modern mechanicals such as central air with historic details such as carved marble mantels.
For this week's open house picks, we have a spectrum of period homes in a range of conditions, all with impressive original details.
Open houses to see this warm and cloudy weekend offer a rare glimpse inside a utopian enclave of Gothic-style brick workingmen's houses in Cobble Hill and a standalone single-family house with a porch and garage in Midwood Park.
Attractive updates, smart floor plans, original details, and surprisingly graceful spiral staircases abound in our picks for open houses to see this weekend.
This weeks's open house picks include a brick townhouse in Carroll Gardens with mostly mid-20th century updates and a Romanesque Revival brownstone in Bed Stuy with ornate terra cotta panels on the facade.
This weekend's open houses are all relatively modest affairs with a certain cuteness factor.
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.