Kensington and Parkville

Quiet

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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Building Mix

  • 27% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 25% Pre War
  • 10% Walk-Up
  • 9% Elevator Building
  • 7% Private House

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This 3 bedroom is located on a quiet tree-line block in a very quiet neighborhood.
It is a full floor apartment that features beautiful moldings, a decorative fireplace and amazing wood columns. Kitchen was recently updated with marble countertops, a new stove and fridge as well as a dishwasher. You will have plenty of space to fit all your furniture.
Enjoy your private patio and relax after work!
This is the ideal apartment is you're looking for quality details and space.

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Apartment Details

$2,500, Three Bedrooms, 1.0 Bathroom

Last Updated Almost 4 Years
Listed For Almost 4 Years
Available Immediately
Pets: No Pets
  • Townhouse
  • Web ID: 2133925
Amenities
Dishwasher, Fireplace, Terrace
Nearby Subway Stations
  • F G
    Church Av (0.24 mi)
  • F G
    Fort Hamilton Parkway (0.3 mi)
  • F
    Ditmas Av (0.73 mi)
  • B Q
    Beverly Rd (0.73 mi)
  • B Q
    Cortelyou Rd (0.81 mi)
  • B Q
    Church Av (0.81 mi)
  • D
    9th Av (0.86 mi)
  • D
    Fort Hamilton Parkway (0.94 mi)
  • F G
    Prospect Park-15 St (0.94 mi)
  • B Q
    Parkside Av (1.03 mi)

$2,500Three Bedrooms