This two-bedroom in a 1938 apartment building on Avenue H features a streamlined kitchen with timeless Art Deco styling, sunken living room and plenty of closets.
As rentals go, this is a pretty spacious duplex with tall ceilings, two bedrooms, and two exits leading out to the huge backyard.
If you can look beyond the clutter in the listing photos, living behind the dormers in the garret of a pretty lovely late Victorian two-family home could make an appealing contemporary New York version of La Bohème.
This studio has large arched windows and is stationed in a landmarked 1890-1891 mansion by Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert, a somewhat storied architect of turn-of-the-century New York.
This floor-through apartment for rent is on the second floor of an early 20th century brick row house in Windsor Terrace.
This five-room place close to Prospect Park could make a sweet setup for a couple, small family or even roommates -- depending on how much privacy and space they require.
The apartment is spare but has some nice details like refinished parquet floors and a scalloped doorway.
This perfectly adequate prewar one-bedroom is located in a 1921 building with the name Shirley Court over a dignified-looking entrance with ornamental leaded windows and limestone pillars.
Converted to a slightly awkward yet luxurious and spacious one-bedroom, the unit occupies the top floor of a Renaissance Revival barrel-fronted tan brick two-family.
If you can swing the rent, this studio has its advantages, including location and Art Deco details.