Apartments for rent in Carroll Gardens
19 Rentals in Carroll Gardens
About Carroll Gardens
If you're thinking of renting an apartment in a charming residential neighborhood, Carroll Gardens is a wonderful option. This classic Brooklyn neighborhood may not be as posh as some of its neighbors, but it makes up for that with its friendly-vibe and attractive prices. Rents in Carroll Gardens are more affordable than in other prime Brooklyn neighborhoods, and many residents stay in the area long term, due to the excellent lifestyle it provides. The most sought-after homes in the neighborhood are in older, historic brownstones and townhouses.
Historically, Carroll Gardens is named after Charles Carroll, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, as well as from the expansive gardens you'll find at many homes in the neighborhood. With so much lush greenery, the tree-lined streets can feel downright suburban at times, making the area a bikers paradise.
With roots in both the early United States and western Europe, the history of this neighborhood is rich and diverse, with a distinctly European vibe. This means the area provides renters with a variety of shopping and dining options. The neighborhood is especially well-known for its mom-and-pop shops and boutiques, which tend to have a lot of authentic character. When it comes to housing, most apartments for rent in Carroll Gardens are in older single-family or multi-family houses. Prices on these rentals tend to be attractive, drawing in many new tenants from various backgrounds, from millennials to families.
Carroll Gardens Average Rent and Inventory
The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $5,707.
There are 3 studios available for rent in Carroll Gardens. The average price for a studio is $3,450 per month.
There are 5 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $3,330 per month.
There are 6 two-bedroom apartments for rent in Carroll Gardens with a median price of $5,241 per month.