This neighborhood is an embarrassment of riches, with one interesting house after another.
One neighborhood in Brooklyn has an unusual restrictive covenant that has helped it remain economically stable, racially integrated, and fiercely committed to maintaining its special flavor and history.
When developers snapped up former farmland in Brooklyn, new neighborhoods began sprouting up, offering tree-lined streets and the latest in household design.
Today it may be hard to imagine a time when the streets south of Prospect Park weren't gently shaded with the arching branches of tall street trees.
If you are wandering through the Flatbush neighborhood of Prospect Park South, you may stumble across some concrete and brick gateposts.