So close to the water.
It comes with plenty of prewar touches including an arched doorway and base moldings.
The co-op has huge windows, high ceilings, and a wraparound balcony.
The renovated apartment comes with hardwood floors and an in-unit washer-dryer.
The condo unit also features an exposed-brick wall with an inlay fireplace and an in-unit washer/dryer.
There’s also a garage and pool house.
The historic home served as quarters for Hessian officers during the Revolutionary War.
The home features an updated kitchen and vaulted third-floor space fit for a home office.
Prewar and modern details merge in the largest apartment of a 10-unit co-op steps from Prospect Park.
The house combines classic details with a modern kitchen and spacious backyard.
The four-bedroom house features hardwood floors and base moldings.
The ornate house has a ton of period details.
The unit has a spacious living room and prewar touches.
The 4,040-square-foot home comes with a terrace and garden.
The 3,339-square-foot house features a large landscaped backyard with wood fencing and several seating areas.
The townhouse at 88 Remsen Street has two terraces and a garden.
It has exposed white brick and tin ceilings.
It has high ceilings and exposed brick walls.
The detached home has a ton of curb appeal.
It has a spacious living room and hardwood floors.
It has a ton of mod details including a curved staircase and two skylights.
The two-family house has white exposed brick and large windows.
Low inventory and apprehensive landlords squeeze the city’s rental market.
The patio has a wood fence and a grass space.
The historic home has plenty of period details and several terraces.
The historic house has multiple green spaces.
The breathtaking unit has a dazzling clock that offers views of the Brooklyn Bridge.
The one-bedroom apartment has iron rails and crown moldings.
The two-bedroom unit comes with space for a home office.
The dreamy two-story house has a gambrel roof and a brick chimney.
The Renaissance Revival-style home is filled with charming details.
The co-op unit has arched doorways and crown moldings.
It comes with beautiful details like exposed brick and French doors.
The home in South Midwood has tons of curb appeal
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