70 Dahill Road

Kensington and Parkville Brooklyn NY 11218

Studio
-
1 bed
$2,200+
2 beds
-
3 beds
$3,400+

Building Amenities

  • Super Onsite

Building Descriptions


Available apartments

$2,3001BR, 1BA
Dahill Rd Kensington and Parkville
No fee
Pets Allowed, Elevator, Laundry Room, Dishwasher, On-site super, Elevator/Laundry Building
18 Days since update
$2,3001BR, 1BA
Dahill Rd Kensington and Parkville
Pets Allowed, Elevator, Laundry Room, Dishwasher, Elevator/Laundry Building
14 Days since update
$2,2001BR, 1BA
Dahill Rd Borough Park
No feeExclusive
Approved Pets Only, Elevator, Pre War
3 Days since update
$3,4003BR, 1BA
Dahill Rd Kensington and Parkville
No fee1 month freeExclusive
Elevator, Dishwasher
5 Days since update
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Transportation

Line Station Walk Distance
F G Church Av 4 min 0.2 mi
F G Fort Hamilton Parkway 10 min 0.43 mi
F Ditmas Av 16 min 0.7 mi
D 9th Av 16 min 0.7 mi
D Fort Hamilton Parkway 17 min 0.77 mi
B Q Beverly Rd 20 min 0.88 mi
B Q Cortelyou Rd 21 min 0.95 mi
D 50th St 21 min 0.95 mi
B Q Church Av 22 min 0.98 mi
F G Prospect Park-15 St 22 min 0.98 mi

Nearby Buildings

Units Built
3321 12 Avenue 3 1935
14 Tehama Street 2 1935
18 Tehama Street 2 1935
22 Tehama Street 3 1899
102 Dahill Road 2 1910

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Schools

Grades Walk
P.S. 230 Doris L. Cohen PK - 5 1 min
J.H.S. 223 the Montauk 6 - 8 16 min
Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School 9 - 12 37 min

Kensington and Parkville

Kensington and Parkville is the area South of Prospect Park and the Greenwood Cemetery in central Brooklyn.

The neighborhood consists of a diverse mix of cultures and traditions. It is located west of Ditmars Park and Prospect Park South, south of Windsor Terrace, east of Borough Park, and north of Midwood.

The land now known as Kensington was first colonized by Dutch farmers in the 17th century and then re-settled by British colonists in 1737.

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