This Bed Stuy floor-through offers a whole lot of classic brownstone elegance, and a private deck to boot.
Some apartments are graced by subtle architectural details -- this unit in a former seminary isn't one of them.
This three-bedroom Boerum Hill duplex has space and character, and could offer three roommates sizable bedrooms, a fine shared living space and a not-outrageous rent.
This four-story Park Slope limestone's got a steep monthly price tag, but if you need a lot of space and can swing the rent it's quite an eye catcher.
It'd be fair to call this a high-end rental. It's a five-story Brooklyn Heights manse that's renting for $50,000 a month, a figure so staggeringly high it takes a while to wrap the brain around.
Housed on the parlor floor of a circa 1890 Bed Stuy brownstone, this one-bedroom has got high ceilings and some elegant details. It's in a choice Stuy Heights location as well.
Here's a prime specimen of a garden apartment, with some choice original detail, a garden, office and a price tag under $2,000.
This three-bedroom is grander than your average rental. Housed on the first floor of a circa 1890s Romanesque Revival building in the Crown Heights North Historic District, it's got some choice period details.
If you lust after a quaint apartment in a brownstone on a park block in Park Slope, this floor-through at 647 10th Street might be just the ticket.
This one-bedroom apartment in a Stuy Heights limestone has decent space, some nice original details and a private garden.