200 W 9TH ST in Carroll Gardens

Carroll Gardens

Quiet Good transportation Great food Fun nightlife

With its eclectic restaurants, outstanding schools, and beautiful brownstone buildings, the long-standing neighborhood of Carroll Gardens is a must see for families, artistic types, and professionals of any age.

Smith Street, a Brooklyn hotspot for nightlife and established eateries, borders the neighborhood to the East providing exciting contrast to the rather quiet ambience that Carroll Gardens otherwise maintains.

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Building Mix

  • 35% Brownstone
  • 16% Walk-Up
  • 14% Pre War
  • 14% Townhouse
  • 5% New Building
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Descriptions of 200 W 9th St

Park Slope is characterized by its historic buildings, top-rated restaurants, bars, and shops, as well as close access to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and the Central Library (as well as the Park Slope branch) of the Brooklyn Public Library system. Luis Vazquez (Jun 2011)
Completely Sun-Drenched Layout Beautiful Hardwood Floors Throughout Spacious Living Room with Skylight Incredible Details Chic Exposed Brick Large Windows Fabulous Open Designer Kitchen High-End Stainless Steel Appliance Package Dishwasher Gorgeous Custom Bath Washer/Dryer Great Carroll Gardens Location. Carmelo St arromand (Mar 2013)
The Carroll Gardens Historic District, which includes some of the finest examples of these brownstones with large front gardens, is bounded roughly by 3rd Place to the south, President Street to the north, Hoyt Street to the east and Smith Street to the west. Carroll Park is a block-long area of playgrounds, walkways and sitting areas between Court and Smith Streets, with Carroll Street as its southern boundary and President Street on the northern side. It shares its northern boundary with Cobble Hill at Degraw Street and Boerum Hill at Warren Street, while extending south to Hamilton Avenue and Red Hook. A long-standing Italian-American neighborhood of family-run stores, Carroll Gardens is now sprinkled with cafes, boutiques and antique shops. In 1846, Richard Butt created the "front gardens" to the famous brownstone houses in the oldest section of the neighborhood. The brownstones are set back from the street by 30-40 feet, to create atypical (for Brooklyn) large front gardens. Allan Obando (Jun 2012)
Only 1/2 month fee 1st, security + 1/2 mo to move in Updated kitchen with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and microwave. Mark Guerino (Nov 2010)
Sunny Located steps away from the F and G train lines as well as Brooklyn hot spots such as Smith and Court streets, Red Hook park etc. Gareth Thompson (Nov 2010)
Quintessential brownstones line tree-trimmed sidewalks and local retailers and Italian eateries populate its cheerful main street. Although flush with hip bars, boutiques, and restaurants, this neighborhood has never lost its old-NYC mystique. Ahmad Hassan (Feb 2013)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • G F Smith - 9 Sts (0.18 mi)
  • G F Carroll St (0.45 mi)

building details

Floors: 4
Units: 8
Floor area: 5664
Year built: 1920

Building Median Rents

2br: $2,350
1br: $2,500

Nearby Schools

  • Brooklyn Secondary School For Collaborative Studi
  • Secondary School
  • P.S. 146
  • Elementary
  • Red Hook Neighborhood School
  • Elementary
  • P.S. 058 The Carroll
  • Elementary
  • New Horizons School
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • P.S. 032 Samuels Mills Sprole
  • Elementary
  • P.S. 133 William A. Butler
  • Elementary
  • 211 8TH STREET
  • P.S. 124 Silas B. Dutcher
  • Elementary
  • 515 4 AVENUE
  • P.S. 015 Patrick F. Daly
  • Elementary
  • M.S. 51 William Alexander
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 350 5 AVENUE