It's located in an early 20th century house with an appealing brick facade with white trim and a red concrete stoop.
This charming one bedroom in the Park Slope Historic District has garden access and a working fireplace.
Occupying a full floor, the one-bedroom has high ceilings, wood floors and lots of moldings.
Housed on the top floor of a Second Empire townhouse with curb appeal, the unit has five rooms and a fair amount of original detail, including a marble mantel.
The backyard has gardening potential for someone with a green thumb, as well as room for kids to play and dogs to run.
The one-bedroom has tall ceilings, bay windows and elaborate woodwork in the living room.
It has huge windows all around, original black marble mantels, wood burning fireplaces and a beautifully renovated kitchen.
Here's a one-bedroom rental in a 19th century Boerum Hill Italianate brick building with old-fashioned styling and a dining room -- at least as currently configured.
Located on the sixth floor, the apartment has three polygonal shaped rooms with original wood floors, moldings and doors.
This barrel-fronted row house in Bay Ridge seems fit for a family, with its manicured topiary in front, deck with a grill in back, basement rec room, and children's play equipment in the yard.