There are some New York properties in which it’ll depress you that “we just don’t make them like we used to.” This is one of them. 226 Garfield Place is a single-family, four-story Park Slope brownstone built in 1901. It’s located smack dab in the neighborhood’s historic district and a few blocks from Prospect Park. The home withstood the test of time, then underwent a restoration and renovation in 2006 that returned many of the period details back to their original splendor. That means while you’ve got restored woodwork, mantlepieces and parquet floors, there are also fancy additions like dual zone central AC, new windows, plumbing and electrical and an upgraded roof. Best of both worlds!