The apartment has period features such as an arched doorway, moldings, wood floors and original doors.
The Neo-Italian Renaissance mansion has original light fixtures, restored vintage style bathrooms, lavish woodwork and central air.
The two-bedroom apartment in a Romanesque Revival brick townhouse in a historic district has original details such as wood shutters, pocket doors and egg-and-dart trim.
The floor-through apartment appears well kept, with plenty of charming original details, and has a flexible layout.
A prewar elevator apartment of good size and decent price with Art Deco features like scalloped doorways and niches also has a recently updated kitchen to its advantage.
The three-room floor-through also has bead board wainscoting, tin ceilings, hardwood floors and laundry.
The floor-through apartment on the top story appears well preserved and has a separate dining room.
This one-bedroom rental on the top floor of a townhouse in the Crown Heights Historic District II appears well kept and retains its historic details.
Potentially, a slowdown could increase housing security for Brooklyn renters in large buildings.
The apartment has one or two-ish bedrooms, crown molding, window shutters and wood floors.