$1,888,000 $1,998,000
Updated 16 hours ago
Price drop
Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn | Vanderbilt Street & Greenwood Ave
11 Rooms4 Beds2 Baths2,244 Square FeetMulti-Family

$1,888,000 $1,998,000
floors / apts3 / 2
Lot Size25'x100'
Built Size22'x34'
Building TypeHouse
RE Taxes$5,466
Price Per SF

Outdoor space and views

  • Backyard

Property Description

Fantastic Windsor Terrace location! This two family, semi-detached property is more than meets the eye! The home boasts hardwood and tile floors, along with abundant amounts of sunlight, throughout, two spacious apartments, a 3 bedroom duplex accessible via the first level and the second level, and a 1 bedroom on the 3rd level, both with plenty of closet and storage space, an extra-large back yard, and a full, unfinished basement. Amenities include quick and easy access to the multitude of establishments along Prospect Ave., Ft. Hamilton Pkwy., Prospect Park West, and 7th Ave., P.S. 10, P.S. 107, M.S. 442, M.S. 88, Butterfly Gardens, Slope Park Playground, Purple Playground, Prospect Park, Prospect Park Zoo, Brooklyn Museum, Parade Ground, and much more! Transportation options include immediate access to the Ft. Hamilton and 15th St. - Prospect Park F and G Train stations, the B16, B35, B61, B63, B67, B68, B69, B103 buses, and the Prospect Expy.

Listing History

$1,888,000 [-$110,000] [5.5%]
Price Drop by Christine Olivieri
Ben Bay Realty Company
Initial Price by Christine Olivieri
Ben Bay Realty Company

Building Details

Building TypeHouse
Year Built1899
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Transit and Citi Bike


Fort Hamilton Pkwy
0.13 miles

Windsor Terrace | Brooklyn

Quick Profile

The tiny, comma-shaped neighborhood of Windsor Terrace is bookended between two of Brooklyn’s largest green spaces, Prospect Park and the massive Green-Wood cemetery. Aside from the presence of the Prospect Park Expressway, which dissects the neighborhood in two, this residential community offers a suburban sensibility with its tree-lined streets, low volume traffic and the low height character of its streetscape.  

Many homes in the area are low to the ground, lending a suburban feel to the neighborhood, and the area has been down-zoned to maintain its low-rise appeal and character. There are plentiful brick row houses that have very low turnover. If you are lucky enough to buy or rent one, you tend to hold on to it. There are also small apartment buildings, private homes, condos and multi-family homes in a wide price range

There is commercial development along Prospect Park West, Fort Hamilton Parkway and Prospect Avenue, but even these new stores and restaurants are mostly family-owned and operated, maintaining the small-town charm. The pace of life is slower. The schools are good, which is a big draw for families with young children. The people are friendly, which gives a real sense of neighborhood and community to Windsor Terrace.

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OLR ID: 89693TH