A one-bedroom on the garden level of an 1898 Romanesque Revival townhouse in the Park Slope Historic District has attractive vintage details, modern updates and a shared backyard.
Plans could include subdividing and selling the property for development and moving or “fixing up” the landmarked pre-Revolutionary War farmhouse.
Interior designer Jenna Chused converted a Fort Greene townhouse for her own family, furnishing it largely with antiques, such as lighting fixtures and a Belgian tapestry that hangs in the dining room.
This early 20th century Prospect Lefferts Gardens limestone has had a renovation that updated the main kitchen and added a second one to the garden level while leaving some of the period details in the house intact.
A wood railing, rotted away from its stoop, lies sprawled on the ground, once pristine latticework has vanished and bits of graffiti are scattered across white clapboard.
A City Council bill that would mostly bar landlords from conducting criminal background checks on prospective tenants is facing intense backlash from a small group of council members, even as a majority of the body has signaled support for the measure.
With five distinct areas and Deco details such as arched doorways, this roomy studio offers vintage charm and the perk of being located in Prospect Lefferts Gardens not far from Prospect Park.
This week, a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focuses on homes in Sunset Park, Bed Stuy, Flatbush and Park Slope.
Windsor Terrace Food Coop, an affordable, volunteer-driven corner store created to address the loss of neighborhood grocery stores, recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary.