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Prospect Park South, sometimes referred to as “the heart of Victorian Brooklyn,” sits between Prospect Park and Ditmas Park. Comprised of mainly freestanding houses, the wide, tree-lined streets of this historic neighborhood are reminiscent of a stately country town while remaining close to several of Brooklyn's most dynamic neighborhoods, such as neighboring Kensington and surrounding Flatbush.
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Do you want a big house without leaving New York? How about being (at the most) four or five blocks away from the park? Then this is a good option…Eleanor T.
Wait what is Prospect Park South? Last I heard, this was Flatbush. Is this another case of realtors changing the name to try and dress up a place?Nick K.
Prospect Park South has all the comforts of suburbia while staying within city limits. I have a driveway for my car, so I don’t have to spend hours looking for a parking space, and a yard that the kids can play in. Much better than moving out of the city.Mike J.