Pre-War Style

  • Living Room: Pre-War Apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

    Occupying a full floor of Brooklyn's iconic Montauk Club, this apartment, built from the Club's original ballroom, combines contemporary loft living with rare historic detail and refinement. In the…   See the Image

  • Living and Dining Room: Pre-War Apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

    At 4,200-plus square feet, the home has open, bright spaces (12-foot ceilings!) that strike a lovely blend of feeling spacious as well as intimate. Exposures on four sides offer unparalleled light…   See the Image

  • Library: Pre-War Apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

    Tuck up in this cozy library corner and read to your heart's content. Gorgeous original details surround you on all sides, from the intricate moldings to the wainscoting.   See the Image

  • Kitchen: Pre-War Apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

    The chef's kitchen has custom-made cabinetry, an oversized soapstone sink, a Sub-Zero refrigerator as well as an additional dual-drawer, under-the-counter refrigerator and a six-burner BlueStar…   See the Image

  • Dining Room: Pre-War Apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

    The dining room features another of the home's fireplaces (there are three in all, two gas and one wood burning) as well as more stunning examples of the original stained-glass windows.   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Pre-War Apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

    In addition to all its indoor delights, the pre-war apartment also offers a private terrace with views of Prospect Park.   See the Image

  • Bedroom: Pre-War Apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

    In this large bedroom — one of five in the apartment — a decadent chandelier drops down from the richly detailed coffered ceiling. An unusual carved doorway hints at Morocco. A fireplace keeps things…   See the Image

  • Bathroom: Pre-War Apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

    You may be smack dab in the middle of one of the world's busiest cities, but step into this serene bathroom with its enormous copper tub and suddenly, everything else fades away.   See the Image

  • William Randolph Hearst's NYC Home: Gallery

    When most people think of William Randolph Hearst's home, they think of San Simeon, his extravagant California castle. Before San Simeon, though, there was 137 Riverside Drive. Hearst was initially a…   Read the Blog

  • William Randolph Hearst's NYC Home: Great Room

    In 1913, Hearst built a quintuplex on the top floors of a Riverside Drive building. The quintuplex was later divided into smaller units, including this $38 million co-op.   See the Gallery