This nicely laid out one-bedroom has wood floors, tin ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace and a bonus office space.
This one-bedroom rental is tucked into the heart of Willowtown, a little enclave on the southern edge of Brooklyn Heights.
In Midwood, this rental in a prewar elevator building offers a practical, spacious layout with plentiful closet space and a bit of late Art Deco styling.
On the top floor of an early 20th century flats building, this petite one-bedroom rental offers the unexpected bonus of rooftop space along with a modishly renovated interior.
If you've been craving a cottage with a porch and a bit of green space, this wood frame rental in Wallabout may give you a bit of that vibe without actually leaving the city.
This early 20th century house might be on the pricier end for a rental but it does offer seven bedrooms, outdoor space, parking and, unusually, accessibility to all levels with an elevator.
It is indeed compact, but this prewar studio rental has a practical layout, some late Art Deco-era details and some stylish modern updates.
It's a rare rental that can boast a location in a building with 19th century Brooklyn Heights history bona fides and a starring role in a campy occult thriller.
The photo-ready facade of this 19th century carriage house hides a surprisingly spacious and modern interior.
Located on the penultimate floor of a brownstone, this Bed Stuy rental has some historic details along with more modern perks like free wifi and in-unit laundry.