Runs from 20th Street on the west, Prospect Park Southwest on the east, Prospect Park West on the north and Parkside Avenue on the south.
One of the greenest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Windsor Terrace is nestled between Prospect Park and Greenwood Cemetery. This up-and-coming neighborhood has become a hotspot for affordable houses and apartments to buy or rent. Properties in Windsor Terrace include townhouses, luxury condos and apartments.
In addition to a diverse population and diverse housing stock, Windsor Terrace offers peaceful tree-lined residential streets. As you walk down these streets, you pass two-story and three-story rowhouses of brick, clapboard, brownstone and limestone with touches of their original details. If you go further south in Windsor Terrace, you find detached frame and detached brick houses for sale, as well as a handful of mid-rise apartment buildings. Also in the southern part of Windsor Terrace, recent new developments have brought in over 100 new luxury condos with indoor parking to buy and rent. The Windsor Terrace area also offers quaint coffee shops, restaurants, organic grocery stores and boutiques. Recent commercial developments, which have helped give Windsor Terrace a more upscale feel include DUB Pies, an Australian style meat and vegetarian pie shop as well as a handful of new bars. For a more casual night out, grab a beer at historic Farrell’s Bar, established in 1933 (which you might recognize from the film “As Good As It Gets”) where they only serve brews in 32-ounce Styrofoam cups, and then catch a movie at Pavilion Cinema, a long stalwart of Kensington, where films are shown in digital format.
"If you've ever trick-or-treated in Windsor Terrace, you'd never want to live anywhere else."
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