The rental comes with original 19th century details, a bit of 20th century history and a location on a plant-filled block of Stuyvesant Avenue.
Prospect Park is just a short stroll away from this Park Slope rental that also has some fetching interior details to offer in addition to the proximity to the vast green oasis.
Williamsburg has one tiny historic district and this rental is in one of the mid 19th dwellings that typifies the area.
It is on the pricey side, but this Park Slope two-bedroom has some photogenic details, in-unit laundry and a location on a block of brownstone-filled Berkeley Place, near Prospect Park.
Board approval is required for this co-op rental, but it comes with prewar details and a recent renovation.
This duplex rental offers some early 20th century charm, like built-ins and an inglenook, as well as a private garden and a location near the green oasis of Prospect Park.
Set on the third floor of an 1870s brownstone, this floor-through unit offers a flexible layout and a location on one of the leafy, low-scale streets within the Park Slope Historic District.
It isn't exactly overflowing with space, but the small unit does offer a perch on the top floor of one of the grand 19th century houses that line the leafy avenue in the Clinton Hill Historic District.
This top floor aerie has sloping ceilings that might be a challenge for some prospective renters, but it does offer a bonus home office, private outdoor space and in-unit laundry.
Located in the Park Slope Historic District, this rental in an 1880s brownstone boasts two outdoor spaces as well as mantels, a pier mirror, wainscoting and other original details.