Greenpoint, New York Homes For Sale & Real Estate

107 homes available on Trulia

  • 123 Java St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    $3,295,000
    5bd
    2ba
    3,150 sqft
    123 Java St
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass (917) 880-6840
  • 17 Diamond St #2R, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    NEWOPEN SUN, 1-2PM
    Listing by: Compass (646) 321-0186
  • 241A Monitor St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    $1,675,000
    2bd
    3ba
    1,745 sqft
    241A Monitor St
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass (646) 436-5625
  • 533 Leonard St #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN TUE, 6-7PM
    Listing by: Bold New York (202) 528-4215
  • 1125 Lorimer St #2C, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    NEW
    Listing by: Corcoran (718) 422-2527
  • 76 Eagle St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    $1,725,000
    4bd
    3ba
    1,680 sqft
    76 Eagle St
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Keller Williams Realty Landmark II (347) 619-3283
  • 184 Huron St #4, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    NEWOPEN SUN, 12-1PM
    Listing by: Douglas Elliman (212) 352-6214
  • 651 Leonard St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    $1,795,000
    4bd
    3ba
    3,228 sqft
    651 Leonard St
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Douglas Elliman (347) 678-8129
  • 17 Diamond St #2F, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    NEWOPEN SUN, 1-2PM
    Listing by: Compass (646) 321-0186
  • 116 India St #2R, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 11:30-12:30PM
    Listing by: Compass (646) 321-0186
  • 975 Manhattan Ave #6A, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 12-1:30PM
    Listing by: Global Real Estate Ventures Group LLC (332) 322-5880
  • 87 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 12-1PM
    $4,495,000
    5bd
    7ba
    4,420 sqft
    87 Calyer St
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Douglas Elliman
  • 216 Eckford St #4B, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    Listing by: OnePoint Real Estate Group (917) 584-3055
  • 104A Dupont St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    $1,950,000
    2bd
    2ba
    1,452 sqft
    104A Dupont St
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass (646) 436-5625
  • 12 Hausman St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    3D VIEW
    $1,299,000
    2bd
    2ba
    1,216 sqft
    12 Hausman St
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Douglas Elliman (646) 491-2497
  • 118 Greenpoint Ave #1A, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 12:30-2:30PM
    Listing by: Triplemint (917) 495-5480
  • 79 Clay St #1F, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    Listing by: Compass
  • 81 McGuinness Blvd #6B, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 12-3PM
    Listing by: The In House Group (917) 239-4425
  • 81 McGuinness Blvd #1A, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 12-3PM
    Listing by: The In House Group (917) 239-4425
  • 148 West St #3, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    $1,600,000
    3bd
    3ba
    1,352 sqft
    148 West St #3
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Avenues Residential LLC.
  • 91 Diamond St #1B, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    Listing by: Brown Harris Stevens (212) 381-4246
  • 155 Newel St #1A, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    Listing by: REX Real Estate Exchange INC
  • 145 McGuinness Blvd #3A, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 1:30-2:30PM
    Listing by: Compass (917) 428-5577
  • 169 Eagle St #A, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 12-1PM
    Listing by: Compass (917) 817-1323
  • 116 India St #4F, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 11:30-12:30PM
    Listing by: Compass (646) 321-0186
  • 19 Greenpoint Ave #A, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    Listing by: Nest Seekers International (631) 948-0331
  • 155 Noble St #1, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 2-3PM
    $3,995,000
    4bd
    4ba
    3,689 sqft
    155 Noble St #1
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Corcoran (718) 923-8001
  • 269 Kingsland Ave #4A, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SAT, 4-5PM
    Listing by: Compass (718) 679-7822
  • 38 Newel St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    OPEN SUN, 12-1:30PM
    $2,799,000
    4bd
    4ba
    4,830 sqft
    38 Newel St
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Capri Jet Realty Corp (347) 450-3577
  • 123 Guernsey St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
    NEW
    $7,250,000
    13bd
    16ba
    7,800 sqft
    123 Guernsey St
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass (908) 227-6877

Greenpoint, New York, NY Real Estate Trends

Learn about the Greenpoint, New York, NY housing market through trends and averages.

Affordability of Living in Greenpoint, New York, NY

The typical home value is $1,046,531
Homes are typically worth $1,115/sqft
Trends and affordability stats are provided by third party data sources.

Greenpoint, New York, NY Average Home Value, by Home Size

Home SizeHome Value*
1 bedroom (See homes)$737,900
2 bedrooms (See homes)$1,098,576
3 bedrooms (See homes)$1,674,963
4 bedrooms (See homes)$2,092,499
*Home value over the past month

Explore Neighborhoods in Greenpoint, New York, NY

Neighborhood stats provided by third party data sources.

What Locals Say about Greenpoint

At least 452 Trulia users voted on each feature.
  • 94%
    It's walkable to grocery stores
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    There are sidewalks
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    It's walkable to restaurants
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    It's dog friendly
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    People would walk alone at night
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    Streets are well-lit
  • 69%
    Kids play outside
  • 64%
    They plan to stay for at least 5 years
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    There's holiday spirit
  • 48%
    Neighbors are friendly
  • 47%
    Parking is easy
  • 44%
    It's quiet
  • 39%
    There are community events
  • 27%
    Yards are well-kept
  • 26%
    There's wildlife
  • 24%
    Car is needed
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    "Friendly dogs, not too loud, good spots for dogs to play off leash. Plenty of dog friendly areas. People pick up after their dogs. "
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    "It’s a lovely area with two parks and a track. Close to Williamsburg but away from the crazy. Very dog friendly, great food and safe."
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    "Love living here! We’ve been here 10 years with no plans of leaving. Great schools, restaurants, bars and shopping."
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    "My neighborhood has great access to public transportation and my commute is easy breezy. I get to Manhattan within 10 mins by subway. "
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    "Farmer’s markets on the weekend, summer movies in the park and if you’re lucky enough, fall block parties. "
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    "There is a bunch of parks which has designated dog areas. Those parks are also well maintained and clean"
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    "The dog park is pretty well maintained and friendly people and dogs mostly. Great pet supply stores and some shops have dog ice cream and dog beer. Always ask if a dog is friendly first and be a little bit more wary of people walking their dogs who are irresponsible and delusional about their dogs being aggressive. "
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    "I take the G train to the 7 train into Grand Central, which is a relatively straightforward and quick commute to where I work in Manhattan. The G train comes regularly and the 7 train is also a frequent train. "
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    "Good parks, decently rated schools, and a very active parents group. The library also just got redone. "
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    "Weekend Farmers market, community feeling in general, collective composting, community advocacy surrounding local politics and voting. "
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    "Quick ride on the subway to get into the city. Two trains three stops and you are in Midtown Manhattan. Also citibikes are everywhere if you want to ride one into the city! "
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    "Neighborhood Is full of young parents, parks, and restaurants that add accommodating of kids. I’ve never lived in a more kid-friendly neighborhood. "
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    "This is a family friendly neighborhood that has opened up to accept all the great new people coming in to call this amazing place their new home. "
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    "It’s a neighborhood that looks after each other. I’ve lived here for a year and people know my dog and I, shop owners order special requests, and plenty of food gems"
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    "Can be a long walk to the G or L but overall a good commute. Beautiful neighborhood, variety of parks and farmers markets."
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    "The movie nights by the river, farmer’s market, the bike lanes, the night life, the churches, the new transportations "
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    "It’s restaurants and great schools, diversity, safe and views. Lots of artistic families. Great shops and social life/things to do for families and couples. "
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    "I’ve lived here for almost ten years and I love it here! I feel so safe here am not afraid to walk around at night. It’s pretty quiet here. There are lots of great local bars and restaurants within walking distance. "
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    "It is so far to get to a train, and the buses never run on schedule. Frequently, they skip these blocks and pick up the route further down the road."
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    "They seem liks they feel free to leave their poop bags everywhere. But I have news for them, they aren't."
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    "Greenpoint it’s a great neighborhood, people are very friendly, all public transportation it’s very close,grocery stores and farmers markets are. Within walking distances"
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    "Dog owners will love accessibility to parks (Transmitter, McCarren, McGolrick) but will not love all the gross food people dump on sidewalks (candy, chicken bones, etc) that their dogs, if they’re anything like ours, will want to eat up."
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    "It still maintains the Polish heritage and vibrancy along with the new / hip coffee shops rolling in throughout the neighborhood. There’s so much to do indoors / outdoors. People look out for you here and neighbors are intentional about caring for those within their neighborhood."
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    "Greenpoint is a great area for families- I was raised here and absolutely loved it! It’s safe and plenty of green spaces for kids "
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    "The Brooklyn Expo has something fun going on almost every weekend. McCarren park is fun and lovely. The marathons are always fun. "
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    "great neighborhood, angry neighbors. Don't want new people moving into the neighborhood. very old school "
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    "There are always dogs being walked in the neighborhood. Some dog friendly bars in the area and three dog parks within walking distance. "
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    "I absolutely love this area, it feels really safe and there are a bunch of up and coming bars, restaurants, and shopping that are easily accessible. "
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    "Dog owners would enjoy the dog park in McCarren Park, the two walkable farmers markets on the weekends, and the boardwalk to Domino Park/ Williamsburg Bridge."
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    "It’s nice and quiet and far away from chaos. It’s full of nice bars and restaurants and has a lot of lovely parks "
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    "Greenpoint is someplace everybody can call home. Everybody is neighborly and everything is very convenient l. "
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    "I love my dog community. I don’t have kids so I don’t join “community” events. This neighborhood is very unfriendly to dogs despite it having the largest community with registered dogs in NYC. "
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    "Super Polish based neighborhood, if you’re not Polish, you’re really not very welcomed. People are often really rude."
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    "I love the new vibe and crowd moving in here. We have concert venues and Artist lifts as well as Design expos that bring in people from outside the neighborhood so people get to know us. Tons of new chic restaurants and home decor shops. "
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    "I lived in this neighborhood for all my life love it safe and friendly we all just get along well 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻"
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    "Many families around, lots of places to eat and enjoy coffee, boutiques, and several parks. Very family oriented and doggies all around "
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    "Safe neighborhood. Plenty of exiting, renovated and new parks here. However, you may find yourself going to neighboring zip codes for things like school, hospital, emergency care etc. "
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    "It feels like a small neighborhood, it has great food and shops. It is a short walk to Williamsburg for extended food, shopping and activities. Best of both worlds quiet neighborhood with access to everything."
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    "Parks and god schools. Safe for kids. Narrow streets so you do need extra care while driving/ biking / at crossings "
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    "I live in an apartment building with families, of many different ethnic backgrounds. I have no idea what schools are close. I feel generally safe here. I think it’s quite nice for families. "
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Greenpoint Guide

What's it like to live in Greenpoint?

No matter what type of character home buyers prefer in a neighborhood, Greenpoint is a fairly good option. Greenpoint is quiet overall, as the streets are quite tranquil. The greenery in this area is not especially prominent; to be more specific, residents will find that the tree canopy coverage for the majority of streets is sub-par. However, there are around 10 public green spaces nearby for residents to relax in, including McCarren Park, and they are very well-located, which makes it very easy to get to them. Lastly, finding things to do in this part of New York is very easy. Despite the fact that there are few nearby entertainment venues, there are very often a very large number of people around, and with its a few bars, there are options for nighttime activities. Bedford Avenue is among the most lively streets in this area.

What kinds of homes are available in Greenpoint?

Most homes in Greenpoint were built before the 1960s, during its biggest construction boom. Small apartment buildings are the predominant housing type, representing most buildings in this neighborhood, while the remainder are mainly large apartment buildings. Renters occupy around three quarters of the units in the neighborhood whereas the rest are occupied by owners. This part of the city offers mainly two bedroom and one bedroom homes.

What are the schools, restaurants and shopping like in Greenpoint?

It is very often an option for property owners in Greenpoint to purchase general and specialty groceries on foot. Norman Avenue is among the best streets for food stores. Likewise, with 100-odd restaurants and cafes in Greenpoint, there is generally a place to get some food or drink just around the corner. Home buyers benefit from a large number of nearby clothing stores. When it comes to education, both primary and secondary schools are convenient to access on foot from anywhere in this area. At the elementary level, there are both public and private schools.

What are the best ways to get around in Greenpoint?

This area will draw property owners that use several means of transportation. The public transit system in Greenpoint is especially accessible. In particular, rapid transit stations, such as Greenpoint Av Station and Nassau Av Station with access to the G | Brooklyn-Queens Crosstown Line, are commonly close by from the greater part of properties in the neighborhood. There are a few bus lines passing through the neighborhood, and bus stops are generally nearby. A majority of the homes for sale in this part of the city are located in places that are also especially suitable for those who travel by foot; all common errands can be run without needing to resort to a vehicle, and numerous businesses of different types can be found as well. Greenpoint is reasonably bicycling-friendly because there are a fair number of bike lanes, and bike-share stations are never more than a few blocks away.