Brooklyn Heights. This three-bedroom co-op apartment lies in a landmarked building designed by Abraham Simberg in 1923. The interior includes a surround-sound system, two bathrooms, and a chef's kitchen with rosewood cabinets.
The 29th-floor home features views of Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, and area bridges. $3,495,000. Nadia Bartolucci and Rachel Altschuler, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, (212) 350-8567.
Park Slope. Known for his work on the Central Park Zoo, architect Aymar Embury II also designed the Neergaard House. The five-bedroom home was built in 1913 and is set on a fenced corner lot.
Details include a center staircase, a formal dining room, a basement with a media room, and a chef's kitchen with radiant floors and a walk-in pantry. $4,750,000. Libby Ryan, Compass, (718) 355-8402.
Boerum Hill. This four-bedroom town house recently underwent a gut-renovation that restored historic elements throughout. The five-story home includes wide-plank floors, ornate plasterwork, and marble mantels.
The fourth floor is a master suite with a large skylight and a Shaker wood-burning stove. The garden floor is a large loft with an exterior wall of steel and glass. $4,995,000. Richard Ziegelasch, Brown Harris Stevens, (212) 452-6274.
Bedford-Stuyvesant. This two-family townhouse has undergone a complete renovation. The duplex totals five bedrooms, with the owner's living space consisting of three bedrooms sitting over a two-bedroom garden apartment.
Details include an oversize deck off the top apartment, exposed brick walls, central air, and a finished basement with a rec room. $1,575,000. Tom Le, Corcoran Group Real Estate, (718) 422-2524.
Williamsburg. Set in the Mill Building, this two-bedroom loft totals 1,972 square feet. The apartment boasts the original wood columns and beams, 11-foot ceilings, and a French country–style kitchen with high-end appliances.
The en-suite master bedroom has a large closet as well as a 6-foot soaking tub and a custom vanity. $2,400,000. Wesley Stanton, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, (212) 362-9600.
Manhattan Beach. Lying blocks from the ocean, this two-bedroom condominium in a new building features many amenities. The apartment has hardwood floors, central air, high ceilings, noise-reduction windows, and a balcony.
Building benefits include a common roof deck, a doorman, a fitness center, and a parking garage. $876,000. Matvey Khaimov, Citi Habitats, (212) 794-1133.
Fort Greene. This one-bedroom apartment is in a co-op village built in the 1950s. The unit features hardwood floors, a large bedroom with two exposures, and five closets. The building lies on community grounds with mature landscaping, and is near area transportation, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Fort Greene Park. $389,000. Jenet Levy, Halstead Property, (212) 381-4268.
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