One of our favorite things about old, well-kept brownstones? The intricate wood detailing you’ll find along the doorways, mantelpieces, staircases and shelving. The phrase, “They just don’t make them like that anymore” applies here. This brownstone at 429 Hancock Street in Bed-Stuy, a classic Brooklyn brownstone neighborhood, has plenty of the above details. As the listing says, the home is in the Queen Anne style with some Romanesque Revival elements thrown in. It’s also got some modern upgrades to go along with it. For this blend of the historic and the new, it’s going to cost you a total of $1.999 million.