Neighborhood Guide

Cobble Hill


Generations-old food shops, timeless cobblestone streets, and a focus on independent art and culture venues make Cobble Hill feel both inviting and off-the-beaten-path. 

 

The Neighbors: 

Long-standing residents; first-time brownstone buyers and professionals from all backgrounds. 

 

Much of Cobble Hill stands on historically preserved land. For this reason, it’s considered one of the oldest -- and most age-diverse -- neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Residents can often be spotted sharing the wide, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks. 

 

Nearby Neighborhoods:  

Brooklyn Heights, <span class="SpellingError SCXW170907669" style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; user-select: text; -webkit-user-drag: none; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: transparent; background-repeat: repeat-x; background-position: left bottom; background-image: url(" data:image="" gif;base64,r0lgodlhbqaeajecap="" 8aaaaaaaaaach5baeaaaialaaaaaafaaqaaaiilgaxcchrtcgaow="=&quot;);" border-bottom:="" 1px="" solid="" transparent;="" background-color:="" inherit;"="">Boerum Hill, and Caroll Gardens 

 

Nearest Subways: 

F, G 


Size Starting from Available Avg. $/Ft2 DOM
Studio $500.0K 1 - 72
1 BR $478.0K 13 $1,008 110
2 BR $779.0K 17 $1,405 124
3 BR $2.00M 20 $1,744 135

$1,557

Avg. Price/SqFt.

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