1887 Romanesque Revival four story townhouse in Park Slope
Originally built as affordable housing for laborers in 1878 by philanthropist Alfred Tredway White, the Warren Place Mews sit on a secret garden path between Warren and Baltic Streets in Cobble Hill.
Park Slope Victorian brownstone, built in 1890s.
Fort Greene pre-war townhouse
Pre-war in Boerum Hill
Boerum Hill gut-renovated row house by Coburn Architects
Warren Mews townhouse by Ensemble Architecture
Francesca Connolly's 1890s Brooklyn brownstone
Marble mantel with taped-up Polaroids instead of the common mirror or large-scale art
A pink kitchen and dining room in a renovated 1880s Victorian townhouse