This Park Slope walk-up offers bay windows with a view of Prospect Park, prewar details and three decent sized bedrooms at a price that looks pretty reasonable.
Here's a distinctive rental -- a split level loft with 20-foot ceilings in a former dance hall.
We'd all love a 19th century carriage house, but there aren't many opportunities to rent one. But here's one up for grabs at 17 Hunts Lane in Brooklyn Heights, on a dead-end mews that runs off Henry Street between Remsen and Joralemon.
Here's a classic Carroll Gardens floor-through in a good location at a reasonable price, with details and a fair amount of space to play with.
This attractive Bed Stuy floor-through has generous spaces, high ceilings, a renovated kitchen and bathroom, and no fee.
The place isn't palatial, but it's tidy and you can hear the ocean from it.
This Crown Heights one-bedroom sits at the top floor of a brownstone, and offers good light, some original details and ample space.
Here's an apartment in a distinguished late 19th century brownstone just half a block from Prospect Park.
This apartment looks bright, spacious and attractive, and it's got a deck and a backyard.
Here's a distinguished rental, an entire wood-shingled Victorian, built circa 1870.