This townhouse possesses glorious details, some covered over with paint, others preserved in their original -- but dark for our times -- Axel Hedman-designed splendor.
A co-op on the top floor of a four-story walkup in the historic district, it has four bedrooms and a dining room but only one bathroom.
It's a feast of neo-Classical grandeur and ornament, with parlors galore, two wood burning fireplaces, a billiards room, sewing room and columned mantels.
This one is not going to win any design awards, but it's practical, with two bathrooms and seven closets.
The upper triplex in this 1888 brownstone, designed by the renowned and prolific Parfitt Brothers, is being advertised as a fully furnished three-month summer rental.
While it's not clear if anything more than a lick of paint is needed before move-in, the house could be used as a triplex over a garden-floor rental with no alterations.
This single-family limestone in the Park Slope Historic District has an abundance of woodwork, fireplaces and outdoor space.
The advances of contemporary architecture are clearly expressed in its angled facade that peels balconies away from a standard block and plank structure.
This five-room place close to Prospect Park could make a sweet setup for a couple, small family or even roommates -- depending on how much privacy and space they require.
A new dressing room, laundry room, and updated kitchens and baths meet woodwork, stained glass, parquet, mantels and a pier mirror in this landmarked Park Slope limestone.