Brooklyn’s Windsor Terrace is one of the city’s most cherished and tightly knit residential neighborhoods. The tranquility, charm and house pride makes Windsor Terrace a great choice for families to live. Few neighborhoods have access to so much green space as Windsor Terrace with Prospect Park and Greenwood Cemetery nearby.
The public schools in the area are;
P.S. 154 The Windsor School located at 1625 11th Avenue, serving grades K-5.
P.S. 130 The Parkside School located at 70 Ocean Parkway, serving grades Pre K, K-5.
Subway service into Manhattan is via the F and G trains at the Fort Hamilton and 15th Street Prospect Park train stations.
The small town feel of the quiet streets in Windsor Terrace are lined with brick, limestone and wooden clapboard townhouses. There are some Co-op apartment buildings and rental buildings as well as some Condominium buildings.
Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn NY 11218 - Greenwood Ave
Firehouse, Engine Company 40/ Hook & Ladder Company 21 (now Engine Company 240/ Battalion 48), 1307-1309 Prospect Avenue, Brooklyn. Built in 1895; architect: Peter J. Lauritzen
Church of the Holy Apostles - 621 Greenwood Avenue ( between East 7th Street and Prospect Avenue), built in 1891-92.
Some examples of today’s asking prices for real estate in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn NY are:
For a 1 family house with 884 square feet, 7 rooms, 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, asking is $1.049M, for a 900 square foot, 5 room, 2 bedroom and 1 bath, asking is $1.295M, for a 2,661 square foot, 9 room, 4 bedroom and 2.5 bath, asking is $1.499M and for a 2,250 square foot, 9 room, 4 bedroom and 3.5 bath, asking is $2.495M.
For a 2 family house with 10 rooms, 6 bedrooms and 3 baths, asking is $1.4M, for a 1,884 square foot, 9 room, 3 bedroom and 2.5 bath, asking is $1.6M and for a 1,800 square foot, 6 room, 4 bedroom and 2+ baths, asking is $2.2M.
For a mixed use building with both a commercial space and residential space with 3,700 square feet, 10 rooms, 6 bedrooms and 3 baths, asking is $2.3M and for a 3,511 square foot, 14 room, 5 bedroom and 5 bath building, asking is $2.750M.
For a Co op apartment with 580 square feet, 3 room studio with 1 bath, asking is $350,000, for a 586 square foot, 2 room studio with 1 bath, asking is $399,000, for a 3 room, 1 bedroom and 1 bath, asking is $499,000, for a 3.5 room, 1 bedroom and 1 bath in a Pre War building, asking is $509,000, for a 835 square foot, 3 room, 1 bedroom and 1 bath, asking is $545,000, for a 3 room, 1 bedroom and 1 bath in another Pre War building, asking is $650,000, for a 5 room, 2 bedroom and 1 bath, asking is $699,000, for a 700 square foot, 4 room, 2 bedroom and 1 bath, asking is $710,000 and for a newly renovated 4 room, 1 bedroom and 1 bath, asking is $750,000.
For a Condominium apartment with 654 square feet, 4 rooms, 1 bedroom and 1 bath, asking is $890,000 and for a 5 room, 3 bedroom and 2 bath, asking is $1.025M.
There are some good restaurants in Windsor Terrace. A few of them are:
Della located at 1238 Prospect Avenue, serving Italian influenced cuisine and craft cocktails.
Krupa Grocery located at 231 Prospect Park West, serving seasonal American dishes. An excellent all day neighborhood restaurant.
Le Paddock located at 1235 Prospect Avenue, serving French cuisine and Pizza from a brick oven. Weekend brunch is also served.
Hamilton’s located at 2826 Fort Hamilton Parkway, a local tavern serving comfort food, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Bedawi’s Café located at 266 Prospect Park West, serving classic Middle Eastern cuisine.
Coco Thai located at 268 Prospect Park West, serving comfort Thai food.
Elora’s located at 272 Prospect Park West, serving casual Mexican food with Margarita pitchers.
Le P tit Paris Bistro located at 256 Prospect Park West, a corner bistro preparing French dishes.
East Wind Snack Shop located at 471 16th Street, specializing in dumplings, bao and other Chinese dishes.
Some neighborhood news:
The Windsor Terrace Food Coop is located at 825 Caton Avenue, corner of East 8th Street. Member owned and operated with 500+ members. There is a one time fee to join which is:
$100 for a single shopper
$175 for families
$60 for students and seniors (65+)
Hours of operation are:
Monday 4-7pm, closed Tuesday and Wednesday, Thursday 2:30 to 8:30pm, Friday 9 to 11 am and 4-7 pm, Saturday 10-4 and Sunday 10-4.
The Windsor Terrace Branch of The Brooklyn Public Library located at 160 East 5th Street is closed for extensive renovation and will reopen in 2020. There will be a new HVAC system, new electrical and a new look cosmetic refresh.
Other nearby branches are 1305 Cortelyou Road and 4207 18th Avenue.
The Nitehawk Cinema located at 188 Prospect Park West is open, replacing the Pavillion movie theatre. Nitehawk Cinema shows curated films and serves specialty cocktails, beer and wine, brunch and dinner with vegan and gluten free options as well as movie special food and drinks.
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