Crown Heights

Crown Heights is in a state of transformation. In just a few short years, Crown Heights has been able to overcome its less than glamorous reputation and build a community of culture and sincere neighborliness. Small businesses continue to move into this bustling Brooklyn neighborhood, transforming Crown Heights Real Estate into one of Brooklyn’s most popular pieces of properties.

Affordable Brooklyn Brownstones

As one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Brooklyn at the turn of the century, Crown Heights is dotted with architectural treasures like none other in Brooklyn – or Manhattan for that matter. In no other part of Brooklyn will you find immaculately kept, classic Brooklyn brownstones at a fraction of the cost for similar homes in other Brooklyn neighborhoods. Two family townhomes, brick rows, brownstones and stand-alone Victorian mansions are just some of what Crown Heights Real Estatehas to offer. Stoops line most Crown Heights streets from Montgomery Street to Franklin Avenue. You’re likely to hear more “good mornings” than car honks in what has come to be one of Brooklyn’s most friendly neighborhoods.

Living In Crown Heights

When it comes to quality of living, Crown Heights is sure to please. Top public and private schools are in abundance, to serve the many young families taking advantage of Crown Height’s affordable living. Commute times are short, taking only 30 minutes to commute from Crown Heights to Midtown Manhattan. The 2, 3, 4 and 5 trains stop along Franklin Avenue and link to the A and C trains just north. For those looking for a little culture, Crown Heights Real Estate houses some of Brooklyn’s most beloved attractions including the Brooklyn’s Children Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and beautiful Prospect Park.

For more on Crown Heights Real Estate, visit the Brooklyn MLS website where you can find Brooklyn apartments for sale/rent, as well as a list of our professional real estate agents.