The community of Bath Beach is a neighborhood rich in cultural diversity. A neat little rectangle of about a square mile sandwiched between Bensonhurst and Gravesend Bay, Bath Beach is sought after as it offers larger homes, good schools and easy subway access. Residential streets run north to south from 86th Street to the Belt Parkway, and many blocks open up to wide vistas of beautiful Gravesend Bay.
Bath Beach gets the first half of its names from the Bath in the UK - a town famous for its many spas. About 100 years ago, Bath Beach had its own little sandy stretch, serving New Yorkers much in the same way the Hamptons serves them today. While Bath Beach has been primarily traditional in former years, it is now a working class cultural hub. Diverse cultural communities include Chinese, Hispanic, Arabic and Russian-speaking residents.
Bath Beach Real Estate - Residence Styles
The common residence style in Bath Beach is the red-brick row house, often with a small yard and a welcoming front porch complete with awning. Multi-family residences with two to four units, both wood-frame and brick also populate the enclave. Among newer options are mid-size brick co-ops of as many as six units.
Bath Beach Real Estate - Transportation
Commuting to and from Bath Beach is a breeze. There are many choices along metro routes for quick and convenient transportation into Manhattan and other Brooklyn neighborhoods. Bath Beach Real Estate is situated along the D and M train lines with the F, Q and B only one stop away. Additionally, 2 Manhattan express buses - the X28 and X38 - run directly into Manhattan for a quick commute to the city.
Whether you are buying or selling a home in Bath Beach, the knowledgeable team at WEICHERT REALTORSÂ® - The Franzese Group can help you. Please call one of our Bath Beach Real Estate Agents today at (718) 942-5050 or fill out our contact form on this page.
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