This floor-through in an early 20th century Windsor Terrace row house has some fetching details on display, including built-ins, wood floors and tin ceilings.
On the garden level of an 1890s Park Slope brownstone, this studio apartment offers an abundance of storage along with period details like a mantel, pocket doors, wood floors and built-ins.
A short stroll from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the other amenities of the neighborhood, this one-bedroom rental has a scenic location and some original details.
An unusual rental, this three bedroom Park Slope apartment is the upper unit of an early 20th century Kinko Duplex House and retains a bit of its original Arts and Crafts interior style.
On the parlor floor of an Italianate brownstone, this Carroll Gardens one-bedroom has a bit of outdoor space along with room for a home office.
With wood floors, a marble mantel and a wood-burning fireplace, this Park Slope two-bedroom has numerous charms to offer.
Taking up the first floor of a Bay Ridge standalone, this rental has some period features like wood floors along with the more unusual amenity of a hut tub.
Offering up some architectural cachet, this one-bedroom rental is in an 1890s manse with a hard-to-miss stately presence on the already interesting Joralemon Street.
The grand plaster details and Corinthian columns add more than a bit of grandeur to this floor-through apartment -- and for some, that might make up for a bit of choppiness in the layout.
While this Park Slope rental has a few quirks, it also has enough on the plus side of the column to perhaps outweigh them, including mantels, closet space and a location near Prospect Park.