40 Tehama Street

Co-op, Prewar
75 units
  • BUILT 1931

The Details

About 40 Tehama Street

This gracious elevator pre-war building is inviting with its vintage lobby and open courtyard for backyard enjoyment. A live-in super, common laundry and bike room add convenience. A beautiful location, the tree-lined street is pin drop quiet, yet close to buses, F/G subway lines and venues in lovely Kensington. Not that far from Prospect Park to take a bike ride or a leasurely walk to. Bring y...

key features
  • Central laundry room
  • Common courtyard
  • High-speed internet
  • Private storage
  • Video security


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Get to know Kensington

Kensington is a rectangle of around 100 blocks east of Borough Park and west of Flatbush — in fact, it is often considered a section of the latter neighborhood. More important, perhaps, are its neighbors to the north and south: Windsor Terrace and Midwood. Kensington is a bridge between central and southern Brooklyn. It’s an appealing option for those looking for more space than their budget gets them in Park Slope and similar areas while appreciating Kensington’s better convenience to downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan compared with neighborhoods to its south. Kensington is named after the London neighborhood, and although there are some Victorian homes that are vaguely English-inspired, the residents are a multinational, global mix with significant Chinese, Mexican, South Asian, and other communities. According to the census, 20 languages are spoken by its 50,000 residents. The housing stock is similarly diverse, ranging from 20-story apartment buildings to detached single-family homes.

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