The area is served by two stops on the F line, often the cause of frustration for many New Yorkers, but a small price to pay for great amenities, nice living spaces and peace and quiet.
A mostly residential neighborhood just southwest of Park Slope, Windsor Terrace offers a lot of the charm of that area at a fraction of the price. Made up of many single-family homes, townhouses and scattered apartment buildings, residents of the community have more space than most to move around.
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|31 OCEAN PKWY||3|
|470 OCEAN PKWY||2|
|102 ALBEMARLE RD||2|
|492 19TH ST||1|
|100 E 2ND ST||1|
|18 E 7TH ST||1|
Communicate anonymously with agents.
Get alerts when new apartments hit the market.
Save your favorite searches and apartments.
The neighborhood borders Prospect Park to the northeast, and the historic Greenwood Cemetery, final resting place of some of New York's most famous inhabitants, to the west, so green space and walking paths are aplenty. As people are priced out of the Slope and come to Windsor Terrace, restaurants and bars such as the Double Windsor are popping up all over.
For those who prefer their drinks served a little more old school, Farrell's is the place to go. Old timers sit and chat on stools that are form fitted from being worn down over the years while drinking 32oz Buds from styrofoam cups. It's quite a sight, and more fun than it may sound.