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Real Estate and Apartments For Sale in Windsor Terrace

11 Homes and apartments in Windsor Terrace

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651 Vanderbilt Street, Apt 7A
This 2 bedrooms Co-op is listed by Charlie Pigott of The Corcoran Group.
735,000
2bd
1ba
166-176 Seeley Street, Apt C-8
This 2 bedrooms Co-op is listed by Abigail Palanca of Compass.
849,000
2bd
1ba
651 Vanderbilt Street, Apt 1-T
This 500 sqft, 1 bedroom Co-op is listed by Amy Martinez-Miller of Compass.
475,000
1bd
1ba
207 Prospect Park Southwest, Apt 4-D
This 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Julie Zhang of R New York.
899,000
2bd
1ba
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149 Prospect Park Southwest, Apt 3
This 1 bedroom Co-op is listed by Elizabeth Kohen of Garfield Realty.
525,000
1bd
1ba
651 Vanderbilt Street, Apt 7-E
This 2 bedrooms Co-op is listed by Carolyn Cedar of Compass.
799,000
2bd
1ba
243 Mcdonald Avenue, Apt 1H
This 850 sqft, 1 bedroom Co-op is listed by Shannon Aalai of The Corcoran Group.
429,000
1bd
1ba
140 East 2nd Street, Apt 5-L
This 1 bedroom Co-op is listed by Abigail Palanca of Compass.
550,000
1bd
1ba
150 East 2nd Street, Apt 1L
This 1217 sqft, 1 bedroom Condo is listed by Kristin Neinast of The Corcoran Group.
999,000
1bd
2ba
150 East 2nd Street, Apt 2L
This 1 bedroom Condo is listed by Kristin Neinast of The Corcoran Group.
625,000
1bd
1ba
221 Mcdonald Avenue, Apt 5-K
This 1000 sqft, 2 bedrooms Co-op is listed by Wendy Mitzner of William Raveis New York City.
599,000
2bd
1ba

About Windsor Terrace

Named after Windsor, England, Brooklyn's Windsor Terrace neighborhood has long been a preferred destination for homebuyers looking to put down roots. The area is well-known for its beautiful architecture and tranquil, tree-lined streets. This charming, family-friendly neighborhood that is located to the south of Prospect Park is highly desirable but more affordable than its well-known neighbor, Park Slope. That makes Windsor Terrace the perfect neighborhood for anyone interested in buying a home in a classic brownstone Brooklyn neighborhood, without paying a fortune. 
Many residents are transplants from Prospect Park, having been attracted to the area thanks to the many similarities between the two neighborhoods and the better real estate prices in Windsor Terrace. This has, of course, driven prices up in recent years but has also led to the opening of many hip new restaurants and trendy boutiques, making the neighborhood all the more convenient. Homeowners in the neighborhood also enjoy the wonderful proximity to Prospect Park as well as the quiet, small-town vibe. 
There hasn't been much new residential development in the area, so you should expect older apartments in classic brownstone buildings and rowhouses over more modern luxury high-rise condo buildings. The most luxurious townhouses in the neighborhood can sell for millions of dollars, although they're still far more affordable than comparable homes in neighboring Park Slope. 
Houses and apartments for sale in Windsor Terrace Brooklyn are a great investment opportunity as home prices are expected to appreciate through the years due to the area's desirability. 

Windsor Terrace Real Estate Sales Trends

The median sale price for an apartment in Windsor Terrace is $654,130.

Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $347,500.

One-bedroom apartments sell at an average price of $545,100.

Two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $809,000.

Windsor Terrace Penthouses for sale

There are currently no penthouses for sale in the Windsor Terrace of Brooklyn.

Windsor Terrace Condos for Sale

There are currently 7 condos available for sale in Windsor Terrace. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $625,000 to $999,000.

Windsor Terrace Co-op apartments for Sale

There are currently 16 co-ops available for sale in Windsor Terrace. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $320,000 to $849,000.

Townhouses and Brownstones for Sale in Windsor Terrace

There are currently no townhouses and brownstones for sale in this neighborhood.