This two-bedroom rental on the top floor of a 1939 Cypress Hills elevator co-op appears to be in immaculate condition and is not too pricey, relatively speaking.
The garden-level floor-through of this Greenwood Heights townhouse boasts garden access and an extra large, U-shaped kitchen.
Located in one of the most parking-constrained neighborhoods in the borough, the rental could be useful to an artisan or small-business owner who needs materials storage and a place to park a loaded truck overnight.
To the unit's credit, it has wood floors, a carved Italianate marble mantel, crown molding, tall ceilings and three large windows.
Located within a stretch of picturesque wood-frame houses, the apartment has a dishwasher, washer and dryer.
This third-floor railroad apartment with wood floors, prewar charm and extra rooms could be a decent find for the right person.
Thoughtfully updated, it has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms plus a cellar and backyard.
It isn't huge but it has some points of distinction, including some nice original details, not-crazy rent, and glimpses of sky.
A garden-level rental in Bed Stuy has impressive living room woodwork, a renovated kitchen, and a landscaped backyard.
The two bedrooms are arranged railroad style, but the apartment is spacious and has breezy living areas connected by large open doorways and leading to the landscaped garden.