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"Great, but not the best value in this class of neighborhood"

Brooklyn Heights has always had a mystique for me as the legendary home of Dr. Cliff Huxtable. And indeed, it is neighborhood-y, with great views, good (but crowded) schools, and great access to the city. On the downside, it's significantly pricier for what you get than the area south of Atlantic, and isn't quite as good for eating out.

When we started looking at moving to Brooklyn, this is one neighborhood we seriously looked at. I have to say, while we're not going to end up here, we would have been very happy here, and I'm sure anyone would be.
  • gorgeous brownstones
  • quick access to Manhattan
  • the Promenade
  • Brooklyn Bridge Park
  • excessive hills
  • Expensive (for Brooklyn)

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