Searching for a place to rent in or around Ditmas Park? We’ve rounded up some spots in and around the neighborhood to help you with your hunt. If you live in one of the buildings, help a hunter out and leave a comment to let your prospective neighbors know how you like it.
Spacious 1.5 bedroom on Rugby Road (Sponsored Listing)
Details: This recently updated 1.5 bedroom apartment at 523 Rugby Road features a spacious, open floor plan. The updated kitchen has a large island/breakfast bar and stainless appliances including dishwasher. The apartment includes plenty of closet space, laundry in the unit, and all utilities are included. Sorry, no pets. Available immediately! Broker’s fee 10%
Contact: Listed by Brooklyn Hearth’s Karen Sayles, 347-322-9622
One bedroom on Marlborough Road
Available: December 15
Details: While this one bedroom, one bathroom at 608 Marlborough Road has a strange layout (the bathroom is right next to the kitchen and away from the bedroom), the exposed brick is awesome and you’d have a shared roof deck, as well as a yard. The apartment has a microwave, dishwasher, and hardwood floors. Cats are accepted upon approval, but dogs aren’t allowed. To see a video of the apartment, you can go here.
Contact: Listed by Destination Realty, 718-930-7999 or 718-643-6095
Two bedroom on Foster & Farragut
Available: November 1
Details: With original wood floors that date to the turn of the 20th century, two parlors, space for a formal dining room (or a third bedroom conversion if you wanted), this Victorian townhouse is pretty darn easy to fall in love with. Located at 2708 Bedford Avenue, the apartment includes a renovated kitchen, a decent amount of closet space, and shoulder-high wainscoting. You’d have a washer and dryer in the basement. You’d be near the Flatbush Triangle Junction, as well as the 2/5 subway lines at the Flatbush Avenue station.
Contact: Listed by Corcoran’s Lisa James, 347-512-9974
Five bedroom on Argyle Road
Details: At about 2,200 square feet, this five-bedroom, two-bathroom home in a pre-war building has lots of room to run around. We’re liking the arched doorways and all that space to move around the eat-in kitchen (which was apparently just renovated), as well as the built-in bookshelves and the hardwood and parquet floors. With 16 windows, it looks like you’d got plenty of sunlight. If you lived here, you’d be close to all the restaurants and shopping on both Cortelyou Road and Coney Island Avenue, as well as the Q subway station on Cortelyou.
Contact: Listed by Realty Collective’s Susan Grossman, 718-483-5549
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