Farragut is bounded by East Flatbush and Flatlands. The neighborhood does not contain the Farragut Houses but it is home to single family houses, small apartments, and duplexes. There are some commercial areas, namely Flatbush Avenue, where one can find anything from a discount store to major chain stores.
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When I first came to Brooklyn I walked with my friend to his school because the train we were on stopped wicked far north in Brooklyn. Farragut was not a bad area but it seemed a little run down to me. Ultimately it looked like most other small suburban communities inhabited by middle to lower-middle class pay grades.Sam B.
I live in a duplex in Farragut and I like it just fine. Cheaper rent, and you can head down to Flatbush and get something to eat or hit the store most of the time and it will be cheap and convenient. You HAVE to go to Lord’s bakery -it’s famous for bagels and red velvet cake.Danny W.