With a bright red door, a windowed porch and a front gable ornamented with shingles and half-timbering, this early 20th century single-family in the Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District has plenty of curb appeal.
With a gambrel-roof, columned portico and expansive front yard, this Dutch Colonial Revival single-family offers some curb appeal along with a coveted Brooklyn amenity these days: off-street parking.
This Slee & Bryson-designed brick house bundles a practical early 20th century floor plan, original details, room for a home office and outdoor space all in a rather narrow package.
The firm's unassuming but numerous buildings changed the look of Brooklyn.
This fairly spectacular Colonial Revival standalone single-family home was designed by noted architects Slee & Bryson in 1906.
The architect firm that designed Williamsburg's unusual William Vale Hotel proposes an expansion and semi-restoration of the house.