The chickens are gone in favor of a hot tub in the rear yard, but on the interior this 1850s Fort Greene brownstone is still packed with lush plasterwork, moldings, and mantels.
Our picks for open houses to check out last weekend are found in Bed Stuy, Crown Heights, and Kensington. They range in price from $1.295 million to $3.995 million.
The new owner of a vintage wood-frame row house in dire shape hired architect Themis Haralabides of Park Slope-based reBuild Workshop, who shares his interest in serious sustainability and energy efficiency, to carry out a sweeping reno inside and out.
It’s not huge, but this one-bedroom in a 1930 building in the Clinton Hill Historic District blends prewar character with touches of industrial chic. High ceilings, picture rails, and herringbone floors run throughout the unit, which has a newly updated kitchen and bathroom.
In Prospect Park South, this early 20th century standalone has space to spare and plenty of original unpainted woodwork, including mantels, moldings, and wainscoting. Located at 84 Buckingham Road, it also has a garage.