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1 bed 850 sqft
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5 bed 3067 sqft
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1 bed 1000 sqft
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6 bed 2840 sqft
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    Anna Jones
    Windsor Terrace
    23 Mar
    1. Grand Prospect Hall: Grand Prospect Hall, also known as Prospect Hall, was a large Victorian-style banquet hall at 263 Prospect Avenue in the South Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. It was primarily an event space, hosting weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, and high-school proms. The hall was housed in a building that architect Ulrich J. Huberty designed in the French Renaissance style. Grand Prospect Hall was four stories tall and faced in buff-gray brick, with pressed metal decoration that was originally colored to resemble limestone. The front portion of the building was arranged around a large central staircase and was designed with a bar, a banquet hall, and various reception and parlor rooms. 2. Leroy’s Place: Leroy’s Place is a whimsical wonderland filled with original art, giant puppets, and gifts. The Pee-Wee-esque concept store is packed with handmade treasures by independent artists and affordable original art. Giant puppets and life-sized fabric trees greet you as you step inside, and interactive installations make delightful surprises as you explore the collections of hilarious and pun-filled gifts. This light-hearted and playful space is the escape we all need! 3. Greenwood Grape & Still: A neighborhood wine and spirits store where the owners (Lifelong Brooklynites) have hand-selected exceptional wines and artisanal spirits from around the world with a particular focus on local producers. #southslope
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  • Wooden houses are a sweet surprise in a brownstone neighborhood. Some of them in the South Slope are painted pastel Easter egg colors. There are attractive rows of them on the 14th Street blocks between Sixth and Seventh avenues and Fifth and Sixth avenues. A row of wood houses starting at 272 14th St. is worth a look. In some spots, the wood-frame houses are stand-alone buildings with big front porches. Verdant trees and shrubs partly shroud the South Slope houses from the view of passing drivers and pedestrians and make this block a green oasis. Before you end your South Slope stroll, be sure to check out the 13th Street block between Eighth Avenue and Prospect Park West. It’s located within the original Park Slope Historic District. On the even-numbered side of the street, you’ll find handsome limestone and brownstone rowhouses that were built in the late 1890s. #houses #southslope
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  • The South Slope is full of old-fashioned architectural eye candy. This neighborhood has one of the city’s oldest movie theaters, an armory that looks like a castle, dignified houses of worship, brownstones with barrel-shaped facades and fine wood-frame houses. Nitehawk Prospect Park is located next to a picturesque traffic circle with a monument in its center. If you’re a very literal thinker, you’re not going to like this: Although what you see is a circle, it’s called Bartel- Pritchard Square. The square is named after Emil Bartel and William Pritchard, two young soldiers from Brooklyn who died in World War I. The apartment buildings on this circle have curved façades to follow the street’s contours. One of these, landmarked Renaissance Revival-style Bryna Court, is at 195 Prospect Park West. It was constructed in 1905. It’s currently a co-op building. Another one of Nitehawk’s neighbors is iconic Prospect Park. #southslope
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$699,000
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75 Prospect Park Southwest, Brooklyn, NY 11215
1 bed1 bath850 sqft$822/sqft
Listing by: RE/MAX Edge
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