Tucked between the Montauk Club and and a 15-story apartment building just off Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza, there's a row of four limestone townhouses that date to the late 19th century, and one of these little beauties just hit the market for $4.25 million. The 5,200-square-foot house at 5 Plaza Street West features an abundance of original details, including multiple stained glass windows, pocket doors, decorative plaster ceilings, carved wood paneling, nine fireplaces, and inlaid floors. There are five bedrooms, a private garden, and a basement with brick arches that are "waiting for your custom wine cellar." While the house looks more or less move-in ready, the photos do show a need for some TLC; the parlor ceiling has a water stain and the floor needs to be refinished. Also, the backyard isn't pictured, so it probably needs love, too.