South Midwood House With Parking, Stained Glass Asks $9K


This early 20th century standalone for rent in South Midwood has plenty of space, a big yard, and parking for two cars. Original details include unpainted woodwork, stained glass, wood floors with inlaid borders, and decorative mantels with original tile.

Located at 685 East 22nd Street, it’s close to Brooklyn College and the Flatbush YMCA. The exterior of the Arts and Crafts style house is encrusted in Permastone, but the interior details are lavish. Those have not changed since the property sold to new owners for $2.225 million in 2021.

Encircled by a wraparound porch, part of which is enclosed, the first floor has two parlors and a dining room with two mantels between them. The kitchen is large and modernized with an island, wood cupboards, and stainless steel appliances. There is also a powder room off the kitchen.

Above are three large bedrooms, including two with bay windows, and two bathrooms. The top floor has three more bedrooms and a bathroom.

The bathrooms look recently updated, with marble counters and white and gray tile. There is laundry in one. Another full bath is in the basement.

The house has been updated with central AC as well as a Nest system for the thermostat, smoke and CO detectors, and alarm system, according to the listing. There is also an auto water shutoff in case of a leak.

Listed by Dan Gotlieb, Rebecca Gotlieb, and Karine Wittes of Digs Realty Group, the rental is priced at $9,000 a month. What do you think?

[Listing: 685 East 22nd Street | Broker: Digs Realty] GMAP

south midwood - middle parlor with beamed ceiling and a mantel

parlor with plaster details

kitchen with wood cabinets and recessed lighting

bedroom with multiple windows, plaster details

bedroom with wood floor, picture rail and some exposed brick

top floor with an office with high ceilings

top floor space play room with skylights

bathroom with a double vanity and stackable washer and dryer

bathroom with white fixtures

exterior showing permastone facade and fence around yard

exterior with permastone facade and a large yard

floorplan showing four levels

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