Kensington is one of Brooklyn’s most diverse areas both in population and real estate options. While a multitude of different cultures make up the population of the neighborhood, the real estate options are just as multifarious. Options include detached and semidetached wood-frame Victorian homes, rowhouses and townhouses, large brick and pre-war buildings with co-op and rental options, and smaller four to six story buildings. Residents will find Kensington’s “Restaurant Row” along Church Avenue with cafés and restaurants reflective of the vast cultural diversity of the neighborhood. The historic Kensington Stables located in an 82-year-old barn on Caton Place, offers horse rentals and lessons for riding in nearby Prospect Park.
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Atlantic Terminal 19m by train, 8m by car
Grand Central 25m by train, 9m by car
Union Square 24m by train, 12m by car
Wall Street 18m by train, 7m by car
Columbus Circle 35m by train, 10m by car
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