Yesterday we told you about housing resources for folks displaced by Hurricane Sandy. If you escaped her wrath but are still in the market for a new place, here’s a few good deals from the Brokelyn Real Estate listings.

• First up, we found a 2BR in “true” Prospect Heights for $2,000. According to the broker, who admits that it sounds too good to be true, the apartment is equipped with a washer/dryer in the unit and it’s just a block away from Vanderbilt. With one master suite and one smaller room, the space would work for a share or a couple with a small child. Cats are welcome.  

• This 3BR in Fort Greene is wildly underpriced at $2,100. Details are vague about specific location and layout, but it appears from the photos to be a brownstone building with hardwood floors [ed. note: photos are of comparable apartment in the building, not of actual unit that is availalbe]. At that price, it’s worth a call to the broker for more info.


•  At only $1,700 with a location near 17th Street and Prospect Park west, this South Slope/Windsor Terrace 2BR will be gone in a flash. The kitchen and bathroom have skylights, so we’re thinking this is a top floor unit. Heat, hot water  and gas are included in rent.


•  Finally there’s this spacious 2BR near Greenwood Cemetery for $1,700. It looks bright and clean and has a ton of cabinet space in the kitchen. Plus you can moonlight as a haunted cemetery tour guide, which would be a super awesome job. Just don’t bring any Civil War ghosts home with you.

Check our listings often for lots more apartment deals around Brooklyn.

This feature is drawn entirely from the Brokelyn Real Estate listings. It is intended to give readers an idea of what’s currently on the market around Brooklyn. We have not vetted nor do we endorse these listings or agents.

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