Brooklyn Landmarks-Carroll Gardens


This quiet, residential district is made up of over 160 buildings. Most of them are two- and three-story brownstones built between 1869 and 1884 in popular styles of the time including late Italianate and Neo-Grec. The deep-set gardens along President Street and Carroll Place are particularly remarkable. Designated September 25, 1973.


Title: Southwest Corner of President Street and Hoyt Street 2

Borough: Brooklyn

Historic District: Carroll Gardens

Keywords: yard, fence (iron), row house, residential, stoop, door, cornice

Description: Two-story row houses with front yards on the south side of President Street

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