This spacious three-bedroom apartment takes up two floors in an early 20th century row house in the Bay Ridge Parkway-Doctors' Row Historic District.
This flexible one-bedroom is perched on the top floor of a Carroll Gardens brownstone.
A postwar brick house has a roomy two-bedroom rental available, just blocks from the neighborhood's scenic Owl Head Park.
The lofted one-bedroom has 14-foot-high ceilings and giant windows thanks to its location in former Public School No. 78, which was built circa 1888 and converted in 1984.
The petite one-bedroom in a Montrose Morris-designed townhouse has high ceilings, windows on three sides, and a nicely renovated kitchen and bathroom.
It's located on the parlor floor of an 1881 Neo-Grec brownstone designed by well-known 19th century Brooklyn architect Amzi Hill.
This classic Edwardian townhouse on a park block in the Park Slope Historic District is as grand as they come, with a price to match.
It probably gets good light and the square footage is around 1,100, according to the listing.
Apartment rental listings that previously mentioned broker fees have been updated after a New York State ruling Tuesday.
Compact as it is, this studio in the Cobble Hill Historic District squeezes in some nice features, such as a decorative brick fireplace and windows on two sides.