↑In Brooklyn Heights, a sunny five-bedroom townhouse with much of its original design is asking $4.995 million—over $1 million less than it's last asking price of $6.25 million. It would take some serious work to bring the Neo-Grec-style house into the 21st-century, however, it could make for a fun renovation project. Some of the historic details include decorative mantles, moldings, pocket shutters, and an elaborate staircase.
↑An unassuming townhouse in Clinton Hill with a rather drab exterior offers a complete shock within. Inside the two-family home is a beautifully designed space encompassing five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, and finished basement. According to its listing, the house "embraces the PASSIV HAUS building standard" while still offering plenty of modern luxuries. Asking price is $2.299 million.
↑A quirky but charming brownstone in Bed-Stuy poses lots of opportunity for someone willing to undertake it as a restoration project. The kitchen, bathroom, and possibly other areas of the house need work to make it more presentable but the home still has plenty of its original charm in place. The six-bedroom abode is asking $1.775 million.
↑A limestone Bushwick townhouse with narrow interiors is going for $1.339 million. The unit is a two-family home with relatively small apartments, judging by the photos. It could either be reconfigured into a larger single-family space or used as an opportunity to earn rental income. The simple-designed space has a few good highlights that include hardwood floors, a small amount of exposed brick, a finished basement, and new stainless steel appliances in the small kitchens.
↑A lovely Boerum Hill brownstone has undergone a three-year renovation and now boasts an ultra-modern design. The home has five floors, with four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and a huge open kitchen equipped with a wine fridge. There is also a rooftop terrace as well as two additional outdoor spaces with one encompassing a small vegetable garden. Asking price is $4.45 million.