Mill Basin use to be an island unto itself in the South region of Brooklyn all the way up to the turn of the century. A series of islands spotted in huts, frameworks tide-mills, this waterfront neighborhood originally served as an agricultural region for Manhattan. But in the 1920s and 1940s, Mill Basin Real Estate had itself a housing boom and has not looked back since.
While Mill Basin may be one of Brooklyns quieter areas, it does not shortcut residents on quality. The neighborhoods school system is one of New Yorks best ranking top in both math and reading scores citywide. Additionally, Mill Basins green spaces have recently undergone substantial renovations adding ball fields and leisurely areas alike. This lively Brooklyn neighborhood entertains with restaurants, bars and cafes, as well as a library and move screens. But for a truly unique offering, it is home to the Kings Plaza Shopping Center and Marina. There are over 130 stores with more expecting to open, as well as a 160 slip marina.
Mill Basin - Residential Style
Most of Mill Basins residences in Old Mill Basin are semi-detached frame houses located on single lots. Other resident styles range anywhere from stilt houses and brick bungalows to multi-million dollar waterfront mansions. Housing in the north and west ends open up more with traditional Brooklyn townhouses and brick rowhouses.
Mill Basin - Transportation
Transportation in Mill Basin is strictly above ground, served by the B3, B41, B47 and B100 bus lines, as well as the BM1 express bus.
Whether you are buying or selling a home in Mill Basin, the knowledgeable team at WEICHERT REALTORS® - The Franzese Group can help you. Please call one of our Mill Basin Real Estate Agents today at (718) 942-5050 or fill out our contact form on this page.
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