Brownstone Brooklyn is home to the most beautiful low-rise architecture in all of New York City. From Brooklyn Heights through Park Slope, this northwestern portion of New York's most populous borough is predominantly made up of tree-lined, townhouse blocks. Residents can stop by Prospect Park to visit the Boathouse, the Prospect Park Zoo, and Brooklyn's only lake, or they can head to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade to enjoy the breathtaking views of New York Harbor and the Manhattan skyline. With a bustling art scene, chic restaurants and cafes, many of the city's finest schools, and countless townhomes in the city's first historic districts, Brooklyn epitomizes townhouse living.
30 West 85th Street is a magnificently renovated, elevatored, 21-foot wide, single-family home that is the embodiment of state-of-the-art opulence
Located on a picturesque tree-lined block in the charming Mount Morris Park Historic District, 2 West 123rd Street is a single-family Neo-Grec style townhouse
119 East 95th Street, a classic four story single family home on a premiere Carnegie Hill block lined with 27 single family homes