With its sweet suburban streets and family friendly vibe, Brooklyn’s Windsor Terrace can be described as the less precious cousin of nearby Park Slope.
And while the commute to Manhattan is slightly longer than that from Park Slope, recent additions of stylish restaurants and spruced up local parks have spawned a renewed local interest in the area.learn more about this neighborhood
#67Neighborhood popularity:based on Naked Apartments searches
- 19% Pre War
- 14% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 12% Walk-Up
- 12% Townhouse
- 11% Private House
Cozy charming apartment. Upgraded kitchen and bathroom. Bright, sunny unit for the natural light lover. Shimmering hardwood floors complete the look of this unit. We have many more options at various prices. Call me today at to see this one or other options.
Nestled next to the lush greenery of Prospect Park and around the corner from put-together Park Slope, various eateries and a convenient location make Windsor Terrace a people-friendly Brooklyn destination. Unassuming and unpretentious, this neighborhood exudes a laid-back city vibe with a suburban twist. Windsor Terrace residents walk, jog, and picnic in Brooklyn's favorite green space, Prospect Park. Families, cafes, and small shops lend this urban neighborhood its slow suburban charm. Getting anywhere else in NYC is a breeze from Windsor Terrace's subway stop.
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$1,250, Studio, 1.0 Bathroom
- Web ID: 1798124
F GFort Hamilton Parkway (0.12 mi)
F GProspect Park-15 St (0.58 mi)
F GChurch Av (0.66 mi)
B QChurch Av (0.66 mi)
B QParkside Av (0.75 mi)
B QBeverly Rd (0.78 mi)
B QCortelyou Rd (0.95 mi)
B Q SProspect Park (0.95 mi)
F G7th Av (0.97 mi)
D9th Av (1.05 mi)