The New York Times writes about the apartment of Hicks Street residents Kimberly Oliver and Stuart Sclater-Booth:
NYT: Habitats: Luckily, friends were giving up their apartment in a town house on Hicks Street, in one of the quaintest parts of Brooklyn Heights. (The cross streets have names like Cranberry and Orange.) The red-brick building was built in the late 19th century.
The place, which occupies three floors of the house, seems reasonably priced, even at $4,750 a month. With three fireplaces, old wooden banisters and an ample backyard, it had been the well-loved home of a family that moved to New Hampshire and began renting it out.