Nestled between Park Slope and Kensington, Windsor Terrace is a tranquil residential neighborhood in the northwestern part of Brooklyn. Winston Terrace is nine blocks of small town bliss within the big city. Windsor Terrace Real Estate residences consist mostly of single-family and two-family houses and apartment buildings constructed in and around 1925, with some of the older brick-row and wood-frame houses dating back to the late 1800s. Most of the residents found in Windsor Terrace today are descendants of families who have lived there for generations.
Windsor Terrace Schools and Education
Windsor Terrace is well known and revered for its neighborhood public schools. P.S. 130 and P.S. 154 both received A ratings in recent years from the New York City Department of Education. In fact, the schools are at the heart of the community. In 2011, City Councilman Brad Lander asked Windsor Terrace to vote on city funding recipients, and the united response was that the money go to P.S. 130 and P.S. 154. A newly constructed private school offers education for students in kindergarten through 8th grade.
Windsor Terrace Transporation
Getting around in Windsor Terrace is easy and convenient with the New York City Subway lines (F G trains). Windsor Terrace train stations include the Prospect Park and Fort Hamilton Parkway stops. The Prospect Expressway runs directly through the center of the neighborhood, providing access by car through Long Island.
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