If you’re looking to move to the Brooklyn area, you’ll find many unique neighborhoods within the borough. This week, the Realtors® at Tracey Real Estate are putting the spotlight on Marine Park. Residential, cozy and affordable, this is the perfect location for singles or families who want a quiet and peaceful residence that is also close to amenities and transportation.
A Realtor’s Perspective on Marine Park
About the Area
This tree-lined neighborhood is filled with brick colonials and Tudor-style homes and is nestled near Brooklyn’s largest park: Marine Park. With its almost 800 acres of sprawling lawns, shoreline, and salt meadows, you’ll feel like you’ve hit the countryside.
This close-knit community is full of neighbors who care about the quality of their home and enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere. Locals take pride in the fact that all their houses are well-maintained and children have a safe place to play. People who move to the area tend to stay, even after generations have passed, because they love their home and their community. The neighborhood has a population of about 30,000, and most of the 1920’s and 1930’s era homes are owner-occupied.
About the Real Estate
Property values have steadily risen in the area for years and are projected to continue on that path. There are quite a few houses for sale in the neighborhood, ranging from small semi-detached two-bedroom homes to detached luxury houses. They currently range in their listing price between $600,000 and $900,000.
If you are interested in buying a house in Marine Park, work with a Realtor who is familiar with the area. Contact the team at Tracey Real Estate at (718) 376-4994 to talk about a purchase, or you can start browsing online. Their agents will help you find the home of your dreams to fit your budget and needs.