In this serene neighborhood, tree-lined side boulevards brag average wood houses worked in the mid-1900s in a varied blend of Colonial Revival, expressions and-artworks, Victorian, Queen Anne, and other compositional styles. Its focal retail strip, Cortelyou Rd, is energetic yet laid-back, with a few decent eating choices.
A couple of metro stops south of Prospect Park, this area (contained inside the bigger Flatbush zone) is directly on the Q tram yet feels like a totally unique world – absolutely not at all like bolshy Brooklyn.
Two locales specifically have stacks of critical houses. For the Prospect Park South Historic District, take the B or Q to Church Ave; walk west down Church and take a left hand turn onto Buckingham to enter the first of these lovely squares. At the point when you get to Albemarle Rd, walk around and down the two long squares of the following three streets – Marlborough, Rugby, and Argyle – among there and Cortelyou Rd to see some great old structures. The Ditmas Park Historic District is only two or three squares southeast, circumscribed flawlessly by Dorchester Rd, Ocean Ave, Newkirk Ave, and E sixteenth St.
Subsequently, there are a lot of extraordinary bars and eateries to find in Ditmas Park, including the dearest Mimi’s Hummus and idiosyncratic whiskey bar–flower specialist Sycamore (both along with Cortelyou Rd close Dorchester), and nearby fave bistro Milk and Honey (on Newkirk Ave). The two roads have tram stops for the arrival trip.