Carroll Gardens

A Cozy Neighborhood in Transcendence

In Downtown Brooklyn, in the bustling BoCoCa neighborhood, quiet and comfortable Carroll Gardens separates itself as one of Brooklyn’s best kept secrets. Unlike the other BoCoCa (Boerum Hill/Cobble Hill/Carroll Gardens) neighborhoods, Carroll Gardens takes full advantage of its slower pace of life. Then again, nothing is ever too slow in the city.

A Vibrant and Friendly Community

Not only does Carroll Gardens look like a quaint suburban space, but the feel goes to match. Carroll Gardens is a lively community of friendly neighbors offering residents a variety of gourmet and community gatherings to interact and socialize. From classic Brooklyn bars to fine dining and quick fix BBQ, Carroll Gardens Real Estate has something for everyone – no matter what your definition of a “night out” entails.

Carroll Gardens Transportation

Carroll Gardens Real Estate is blessed by one of the shortest commutes to Manhattan in all of Brooklyn. Metro stations connect Carroll Gardens residents to the rest of Brooklyn and Manhattan with an abundance of stops serving residents. The Atlantic Avenue/Pacific Street station is the hub of Brooklyn bringing together 14 train lines: the A, B, C, D, F, G, M, N, Q, R, 2 and 3 trains. By car, the Prospect Park Expressway and the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway provide a direct link to the rest of Brooklyn and Long Island.

For the active Carroll Gardens Real Estate resident, 585-acre Prospect Park provides running and walking trails as well as sport’s fields for recreational use. The Red Hook Recreational Area, Cadman Park Plaza and other parks offer additional recreational opportunities as well as a newly developed park complex project taking place around the area’s waterfront bridges.

Carroll Gardens Real Estate

Carroll Gardens Real Estate embodies Brooklyn’s best in classical architectural stylings. Italianate brownstones kept to the highest of standards, line shaded streets and deep-set gardens. No detail was left to expense in Carroll Garden homes where intricate railings, window treatments and other architectural details take center stage for added character. Wide, airy streets complete Carroll Gardens filling the Brooklyn neighborhood with splendid greenery and open-air park space.