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by Robert DeFalco
on Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 8:54pm.
Considered a part of South Brooklyn until 1964, Carroll Gardens takes its name from the deep front gardens through most of the neighborhood, and Revolutionary War veteran (and signer of the Declaration of Independence) Charles Carroll.
These famous gardens are an unusual feature in most Brooklyn brownstones, and are often bordered by decorative wrought-iron fences and occasionally ornamented with the Madonna statuettes that some call “Mary on the half shell.”
“The types of homes available to people looking for Carroll Gardens real estate range from one- or two-bedroom apartments in historic brownstones to single-family homes. Many of these residences have been renovated, with modern kitchens and bathrooms alongside beautiful brick walls and hardwood floors. A combination of period charm and modern convenience makes most residences in Carroll Gardens a perfect place to call home.”
The neighborhood features a “restaurant row”, with delis, boutiques, classic Italian eateries, and even Jewish-Asian cuisine. There are cafes, antique shops, bars and pizzerias. The area boasts excellent school districts and the Brooklyn Public Library. Transportation is available through the NYC subway system and MTA buses.
The neighborhood also features Carroll Park, a block-long area of playgrounds and walkways, which was originally planned as a private garden. It’s near the Carroll Gardens Historic District, and includes some of the finest examples of brownstones with large front gardens.
With less than a thirty-minute travel time to Manhattan, real estate in Carroll Gardens offers the perfect commuter haven – leave the city behind and come home to tree-lined streets, and a cozy small town feel.
To learn more, or browse Carroll Garden homes, call 718-748-7000 or click here!!