Just stroll up and down the tree lined streets of this wonderful Brooklyn neighborhood, very close to Prospect Park and you will be very pleased to see magnificent housing stock of Romanesque Revival, Colonial Revival and Neo-Federal style Limestone, Brick, Brownstone and Victorian homes. Priced out of nearby Park Slope and Crown Heights, many people looking to purchase a house found that Prospect Lefferts Gardens offer great value homes with terrific amounts of living space, gorgeous period details and nice backyards to plant, play or just relax in. The neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Gardens is bordered by Empire Boulevard to the North, Clarkson Avenue to the South, Ocean Avenue to the West, New York Avenue to the East and also includes Parkside Avenue, Winthrop Street, Hawthorne Street, Rutland Road, Lincoln Road, Sterling Street and Maple Street.
Prospect Lefferts Gardens public schools belong to district 17 and include a primary school, Adrian Hegeman and Middle schools Parkside Preparatory Academy and Gladstone Atwell. There is also a charter school and a nearby private school, named St. Gregory the Great.
There is transportation to and from Manhattan via the Q, B, 2 and 5 trains.
Flatbush Avenue, one of the Brooklyn’s major avenues, is filled with shops for household basics and restaurants of all kinds to explore and enjoy.
The price of homes today in Prospect Lefferts Gardens is the following: A two family brick or limestone house with between 2,100 and 2,600 square feet of living space is in the range of just under $1M to 1.3M, a one family brick or limestone house with similar square footage of living space is in the range of $1M to $1.2M and a larger (5 bedroom, 3 bath) one family Victorian home is in the range of $1.4M to $1.6M. Co-op and Condominium apartments are in the range of $200,000 to $600,000.
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