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About Brooklyn Heights, New York

Residents take great pride in Brooklyn Heights, New York‘s quiet, tree-lined streets, painstakingly restored brick and brownstone homes, and the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, which is located high on a bluff overlooking the East River and offers stunning views of the Manhattan skyline and annual Fourth of July fireworks. 

The architectural styles of the houses in Brooklyn Heights, New York include Federal, Queen Anne, Neo-Classic, and Greek, Gothic, Romanesque, Renaissance, and Colonial Revival. The Brooklyn Historical Society, a brick and terracotta Queen Anne-style landmark from the 1880s, is located in Brooklyn Heights at 128 Pierrepont and celebrates the history of all of the borough’s neighborhoods with tours, exhibits, and archives.  A number of new residential developments like condominiums, luxury rentals and beautiful homes have been completed or are planned in Brooklyn Heights and nearby areas.

Brooklyn Heights, New York is a convenient location for Brooklynites commuting to Manhattan because it’s the first subway stop in Brooklyn on many train lines; convenient for lawyers, judges, and government workers because it is a short walk to the nearby Federal and State courthouses, Borough Hall, and the Municipal Building; and ideal for families and students because it is the location of St. Francis College, Packer Collegiate Institute, and St. Ann’s School, and a short walk to Brooklyn Friends School, Brooklyn Law School, New York Technical College, Polytechnic Institute, and Long Island University. 

Brooklyn Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 565 homes for sale in Brooklyn, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
33% Rental, 18% Condo, 14% Townhouse, 11% Multi Family, 10% Single Family and 13% Other.

33% Rental
18% Condo
35% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 565
Average Home Size 628 ft² / 58 m²
Price Range ($1,100 - $13,500,000)

Weather in Brooklyn

The average high temperatures in Brooklyn range from 39 in January to 84 in July

Average home income in Brooklyn

The average household income of a Brooklyn resident is $69,032 with an average home value of $584,187

Population of Brooklyn

Brooklyn has 2,542,123 residents.

Home ownership in Brooklyn

The average level of home ownership in Brooklyn is 27%.

Education breakdown of Brooklyn

Education levels of residents of Brooklyn include: highschool 28%, associate 6%, bachelor 19%, graduate 11%.

Households in Brooklyn

Brooklyn has 929,215 homes, built on average 72 years ago.

Information from in and around Brooklyn...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 565 homes for sale in Brooklyn. These homes are comprised of Rental, Condo, Townhouse, Multi Family, Single Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 1,052,923. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Brooklyn please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 565 homes for sale in Brooklyn, NY are represented by 9 member brokerages serving the Brooklyn area. Member brokerages representing the 565 homes include Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales, LLC/New York City, Fillmore Real Estate, Stribling & Associates, Ltd., Halstead Real Estate NY/NJ, Laffey Real Estate, Coach Real Estate Associates, Inc., Laffey Fine Homes International, Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate and PantigaGroup.