Converted to a slightly awkward yet luxurious and spacious one-bedroom, the unit occupies the top floor of a Renaissance Revival barrel-fronted tan brick two-family.
In the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, this one-bedroom walk-up on the top floor of a four-story brick building, which dates from circa 1861-1879.
For those who can swing the monthly scratch, this townhouse on Garfield Place has a number of interesting architectural elements, including a uniquely formatted open kitchen and Queen Anne facade.
A block beyond the Bedford Stuyvesant Historic District, in Stuyvesant Heights, is a well preserved and carefully restored and updated seven-bedroom house for rent that could suit a well-to-do family or a handful of roommates.
This quaint, attractive clapboard two-story house has many modern updates and some original details.
In the Park Slope Historic District, the apartment is rich with original detail and also features many modern updates.
This one-bedroom in a six-unit shingled building with bay windows has period details as well as sufficient space for a home office.
On Park Slope's grand Berkeley Place is a three-bedroom garden duplex in the former home of the influential Ortner family, who uniquely shaped the neighborhood and brownstone history.
Proving the suburban dream is alive in Brooklyn, this sprawling top-floor two-bedroom in a Bay Ridge standalone on 82nd Street comes with both original details and '80s updates.
Here's a one-bedroom up for grabs in a grand limestone on one of the most prime blocks in the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District.