A Class Riot Among the One Percent at Brooklyn's Oldest Nursery School
Noah Baker

When you buy a home in Brooklyn Heights, you aren't just purchasing real estate, you're purchasing a lifestyle. The stately townhomes and converted carriage houses, with their window boxes of Algerian ivy winking over splendidly preserved original details - the Grecian columns, the soaring Romanesque windows offering a glimpse of curated furniture - connote a certain level of not just wealth and taste but respectability.