Our picks for open houses to see this weekend all have preserved period features and three could use at least some modest updating.
Our picks for open houses to see this weekend all have notable historical features and observable changes over the years, including two with impressive luxury upgrades.
This weekend's open house picks, four 19th century townhouses with historic details, are found in Park Slope, Clinton Hill, Bed Stuy and Bushwick.
Showing this Sunday in Cobble Hill, Park Slope, Williamsburg and Greenwood Heights are four townhouses dating from the mid 19th century.
Our picks for open houses to see this weekend include three neo-Colonials and a neo-Grec in Bed Stuy, Flatbush and Bay Ridge.
A quartet of well-kept early 20th century homes are on view this weekend -- two have garages, and all have preserved original details as well as largely successful contemporary updates.
One comes with a garage and a striking blue vintage bathroom.
This fall weekend brings a gander at four townhouses abounding in historic decorative detail, mostly updated a few years ago but ostensibly in good condition.
Modern, with variable degrees of renovation, is the theme this week for our open house picks.
This weekend we have a selection of handsomely renovated homes with historic features, a couple from the late 19th century, a couple built circa 1940.