Old Brooklyn has something to offer everyone. Great homes for the first time buyer, places to move once your family has grown and the perfect spots for downsizing in retirement.
GREAT PLACE TO CALL HOME
This area, named for the trees which create its beautiful canopy, is home to William Cullen Bryant school, a public swimming pool and the massive Loew Park.
Along Old Brooklyn's main street Brooklyn Avenue is just one of the many beautiful brick roads that remain in our neighborhood.
Centered around today's Pearl-Broadview intersection this area was incorporated in 1838 as a village near Cleveland. It is home to the Jeremiah Gates House built in 1820, which is believed to be the oldest residence in Old Brooklyn.