Kensington apartments come in many shapes and sizes, from hundred year old Victorian homes to neatly packed row houses to more recently built apartment buildings.
Generally, the neighborhood is thought of as quiet, safe and diverse. As you walk the streets of Kensington, you'll see Polish, Mexican, and Russian restaurants, synagogues and mosques, and many other signs of ethnic diversity. The neighborhood has subway access to Manhattan via the F line as well as the rest of Brooklyn via the G train. If you’re looking to rent in the nicest area of Kensington, you’ll enjoy the area above Church Avenue for its tree-lined streets and Victorian homes. For those looking for less expensive Kensington apartments in larger buildings, those can be found in the high-rise buildings along the Ocean Parkway.Find Kensington and Parkville apartments
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|490 OCEAN PKWY||8|
|470 OCEAN PKWY||5|
|525 OCEAN PKWY||3|
|235 E 2ND ST||2|
|467 OCEAN PKWY||2|
|483 OCEAN PKWY||2|
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Naked Apartments has a great selection of Kensington apartments for rent. Many of our listings are no fee apartments where the renter won't have to pay a broker fee. Outdoor space isn't too hard to find in Kensington, as many of the Victorian homes and row houses have yards and several of the new construction buildings have terraces or rooftops. Finally, there are a decent number of large pet friendly buildings in Kensington and a few of the smaller homes also allow pets. Generally, studio apartments in Kensington rent for $1100 a month, 1br apartments rent for $1300 a month, 2br apartments rent for $1700 a month and larger, family size apartments range form $2000-2500 per month.