Located on a brownstone-filled block in the Clinton Hill Historic District, this one-bedroom apartment has some original details and the bonus of a private backyard.
The lure of private outdoor space these days might make this pricey one-bedroom Williamsburg rental worth a look.
This spacious three-bedroom apartment takes up two floors in an early 20th century row house in the Bay Ridge Parkway-Doctors' Row Historic District.
This flexible one-bedroom is perched on the top floor of a Carroll Gardens brownstone.
A postwar brick house has a roomy two-bedroom rental available, just blocks from the neighborhood's scenic Owl Head Park.
The lofted one-bedroom has 14-foot-high ceilings and giant windows thanks to its location in former Public School No. 78, which was built circa 1888 and converted in 1984.
The petite one-bedroom in a Montrose Morris-designed townhouse has high ceilings, windows on three sides, and a nicely renovated kitchen and bathroom.
It's located on the parlor floor of an 1881 Neo-Grec brownstone designed by well-known 19th century Brooklyn architect Amzi Hill.
This classic Edwardian townhouse on a park block in the Park Slope Historic District is as grand as they come, with a price to match.
It probably gets good light and the square footage is around 1,100, according to the listing.