Midwood Real Estate
Midwood is a Breath of Suburban Air in the Heart of Brooklyn
Thought it’s in the very heart of bustling Brooklyn, Midwood feels like a step into a quieter suburbia of quiet, tree-lined streets, of single-family homes with lawns, of sidewalks and timeless scenes of kids playing basketball in the driveway. It’s more comfortable and casual than hip and chic, more liberal and diverse than hip and modern. It’s a melting pot of nationalities, a thriving community of friendly neighbors, of bustling commercial centers filled with diverse stores, shops, and restaurants, of all-round good living.
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Midwood at a Glance
1.28 square mile
3.23 square kilometers
Subway Stations: Avenue J, Avenue M, Avenue, P, Kings Highway
Flatlands, Marine Park, Sheapshead Bay, Gravesend, Bensonhurst, Mapleton, Flatbush
Living in Midwood
Along its bustling commercial streets, you can find a plethora of department stores, home goods, ethnic grocery stores, delicious eateries, and more. Avenue J is know nf or its Jewish bakeries and Kosher specialty stores. Avenue M has a definitely Eastern European feel and lots of great places to eat. Kings Highway boasts a number of Russian and Turkish markets, while Coney Island Ave is a mix of everything. Popular outdoor spaces include Kobert Park, home to sports, chess, and water play, and Ocean Parkway, featuring five miles of walking, biking, and jogging lanes.
Midwood is home to a wide range of living options, from the elegant and lavish single-family homes of Midwood Manor to co-ops, condos, and apartments. There are attached and detached single-family and multi-family homes, styles that range from Tudor to Greek Revival to Mediterranean. There are yards, garages, scenic front lawns, sidewalks, and quiet streets shaded by trees.
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