Park Slope, New York Homes For Sale & Real Estate

204 homes available on Trulia

  • 103 9th Ave #L, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Fillmore R.E-9301 Flatlands Av (718) 272-6666
  • 27 Prospect Park W #1A, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Corcoran (718) 832-4189
  • 846 President St #5F, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Compass (917) 626-6285
  • 231 16th St #3A, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Corcoran (917) 826-2273
  • 362 14th St #A, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    NEW
    $3,294,000
    5bd
    5ba
    2,160 sqft
    362 14th St #A
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Corcoran (917) 693-8135
  • 437 3rd St #4L, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Corcoran (718) 501-8763
  • 815 8th Ave #2R, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    NEW
    Listing by: Corcoran (718) 501-8763
  • 143 16th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    NEW
    $3,200,000
    6bd
    3ba
    2,736 sqft
    143 16th St
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Brown Harris Stevens (718) 613-2080
  • 100 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
    NEWOPEN SUN, 11:30-1PM
    $3,995,000
    6bd
    3ba
    3,900 sqft
    100 6th Ave
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass (917) 675-9054
  • 354 14th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    $3,495,000
    5bd
    6ba
    2,920 sqft
    354 14th St
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass
  • 320 13th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    $2,895,000
    3bd
    3ba
    2,448 sqft
    320 13th St
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass (718) 938-7308
  • 120 Windsor Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    $1,759,000
    4bd
    3ba
    3,410 sqft
    120 Windsor Pl
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: DavidWest Properties (718) 788-2003
  • 280 Garfield Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    NEWOPEN WED, 5:30-7PM
    $4,395,000
    5bd
    4ba
    4,640 sqft
    280 Garfield Pl
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass (718) 355-8402
  • 567 8th St #2L, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    NEWOPEN WED, 5:30-6:30PM
    $1,650,000
    3bd
    2ba
    1,183 sqft
    567 8th St #2L
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass (917) 407-8528
  • 420 12th St #C1L, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    NEWOPEN SUN, 12-1:30PM
    Listing by: Corcoran (718) 832-4193
  • 39 Plaza St W, Brooklyn, NY 11217
    Listing by: Corcoran (718) 499-3700
  • 20 Prospect Park W, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Corcoran (718) 765-3879
  • 78 8th Ave #1J, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    NEW
    $1,150,000
    2bd
    2ba
    1,200 sqft
    78 8th Ave #1J
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Compass
  • 17 Prospect Park W, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Douglas Elliman (212) 488-8627
  • 314 12th St #301, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    NEW
    Listing by: EXP Realty NYC (631) 740-7600
  • 553 9th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    FOR SALE BY OWNER
    $3,350,000
    6bd
    3ba
    3,000 sqft
    553 9th St
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
  • 40 Prospect Park W #3EF, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    OPEN SUN, 1-3PM
    Listing by: Compass (917) 304-6154
  • 392 8th St #2-L, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Compass (917) 921-2166
  • 714 Sackett St #4F, Brooklyn, NY 11217
    OPEN THU, 5-6PM
    Listing by: Compass
  • 415 9th St #52, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Brown Harris Stevens (718) 613-2725
  • 403 3rd St #3, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Nest Seekers International (917) 226-6132
  • 217 Prospect Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Garfield Realty (347) 489-0082
  • 296 Garfield Pl #2R, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Listing by: Corcoran (718) 499-3700
  • 766 Union St #4, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    $1,850,000
    3bd
    2ba
    1,250 sqft
    766 Union St #4
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Douglas Elliman (212) 350-8567
  • 540 4th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    $6,880,000
    4bd
    4ba
    3,550 sqft
    540 4th St
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
    Listing by: Christies International Real Estate Group Inc (518) 852-0462

Park Slope, New York, NY Real Estate Trends

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

Affordability of Living in Park Slope, New York, NY

The typical home value is $1,058,463
Homes are typically worth $450/sqft
Trends and affordability stats are provided by third party data sources.

Park Slope, New York, NY Average Home Value, by Home Size

Home SizeHome Value*
1 bedroom (See homes)$706,006
2 bedrooms (See homes)$1,111,490
3 bedrooms (See homes)$1,739,369
4 bedrooms (See homes)$2,550,274
*Home value over the past month

Explore Neighborhoods in Park Slope, New York, NY

Neighborhood stats provided by third party data sources.

What Locals Say about Park Slope

At least 629 Trulia users voted on each feature.
  • 95%
    There are sidewalks
  • 95%
    It's walkable to restaurants
  • 95%
    It's dog friendly
  • 94%
    It's walkable to grocery stores
  • 89%
    People would walk alone at night
  • 87%
    Streets are well-lit
  • 85%
    Kids play outside
  • 65%
    They plan to stay for at least 5 years
  • 64%
    There's holiday spirit
  • 63%
    There are community events
  • 58%
    Neighbors are friendly
  • 42%
    Yards are well-kept
  • 40%
    It's quiet
  • 38%
    There's wildlife
  • 27%
    Parking is easy
  • 18%
    Car is needed
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    "Street fairs and farmers markets, barbecues in Prospect Park, music performances on the streets For children and adults. In the summer, they have celebrate Brooklyn! Which invites wonderful artists to perform at the band shell in Prospect Park. Often the zoo and the botanical Garden hosts events."
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    "Fifth avenue street fairs each year; the Halloween parade on 7th Ave; plant sales at the local community garden; the Cherry Blossom Festival at Brooklyn Botanic Gardens "
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    "I have lived here for 20yrs and love it everyday!! Park Slope has beautiful brownstones. Prospect Park is the jewel in the crown!!"
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    "Prospect Park is a huge attraction for dog owners. Off leash in early morning is very fun for the pups. "
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    "The neighborhood offers excellent public transportation access (be it subway, bus, bike share, or Long Island Railroad) and easy access to major thoroughfares."
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    "There can be a bit of garbage you have to watch out for. Our dog likes to look for street food which isn't good. "
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    "The dog beach in Prospect Park is only a 10 minute walk away! And the rest of the park is pretty much dog heaven already. Pretty much everyone around here is very friendly toward dogs."
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  • Trulia User
    "It’s a nice, pretty, relatively quiet neighborhood with good public schools and lots of green space."
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    "Tree lined streets, good restaurants Prospect Park within walking distance and one of the best school school districts in NYC . District 15"
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    "It’s very family friendly, so close to the park, lots of great places to eat and small businesses to shop at. Other than the enormous price tag, it’s a fantastic neighborhood!"
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    "There’s a pretty fun Halloween decorating contest every year, but the best events are the free concerts at the Prospect Park Bandshell!"
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    "Nice walking, access to the park, good restaurants. unique people. Lots of kids and dogs. Convenience of the city in a smaller neighborhood. "
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    "Great way to live in NYC, have a nice home, dog, big park, and raise kids. We’ve lived here for 15 years, having moved from the East Village. Great neighborhood to build a family."
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    "Please don’t bring more dogs to this neighborhood. We already have enough and owners already do a very poor job of either 1) picking up after them or 2) keeping them leashed. Saw a dog unlawfully unleashed in the park destroy a tree the other day. Continually have to ask owners to not let dogs defecate on our fenced sidewalk gardens. Just don’t. How hard is it? "
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    "It’s so close to prospect park, where they have off leash hours in the am and pm. Many residents have dogs - an ideal and very dog friendly place! "
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    "Just the community itself not so much the events.. it really is a place where people live, go to events in the City and be with you’re family here :) "
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    "Park Slope is a great neighborhood to raise a family. It is a wonderful community with great schools and resources for kids."
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    "Everybody would love to live here, is one of the safest area in Brooklyn, the problem is that is an expensive place to rent and shop, luckily the malls are close by."
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  • Trulia User
    "Very short. Trains are ok. Depends on exactly where you are. About 45 min to Midtown. Close to f trains where I am"
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  • Trulia User
    "Block parties, great schools, street fairs, outside dining, and stoop drinks. Great neighborhood for dogs too."
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    "The commute to midtown is highly variable. It can be anywhere from 40 minutes to 90 minutes depending on train traffic."
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  • Trulia User
    "Great area, close to restaurants, transportation, and Prospect Park. Great for walking and families! "
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  • Trulia User
    "Easy commute to midtown manhattan via union station. Atlantic station at Barclays offers a myriad of train lines which can take you places. "
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  • Trulia User
    "5th ave fair, weekend farmer’s market, LGBT parade, annual trick or treat, annual Christmas events at J.J. Byrne "
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  • Trulia User
    "Its a great residential area. Most resident are young parents with young children. I am a single woman, I chose to live here because its safe, Commuting is convenient, people are good looking , few hipster bars, lots of restaurants, cafes and shops and overall had a great feeling. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Street fairs all summer long. Huge crowds for Halloween. Farmers markets all weekend long. Beautiful pre war architecture. "
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  • Trulia User
    "I take a Subway ride on f line. It’s crowded and takes 40minutes to midtown. There is. train every 3 minutes "
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    "Hard to think of a better place to live... if you can afford it. Safe, pleasant, convenient, but super expensive. "
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    "Great public schools. Safe neighborhood. Overpriced rent. Prospect Park is the big plus. Many businesses turning over for the past few years. Good businesses being priced out. Too many nail salons and the like popping up. Neighborhood losing its character from commerce point of view."
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    "All areas are utilized by dog owners to give their animals space to roam freely. The animals enjoy their walks around the park."
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    "I work from home so I don’t have an opinion in this. Thee has been a lot of work in the trains in the last few years so there can be detours and delays."
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  • Trulia User
    "Parks, schools, libraries, the museum, the carousel, the skating rink- you can walk to it all! A wonderful place yo raise kids!"
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    "Some of the best restaurants in NY in a mostly quiet charming part of Brooklyn. Lots of kids, dogs, couples. But it ain’t cheap."
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  • Trulia User
    "How safe the area is. How good are the schools. Kid friendly restaurants. Have grocery stores nearby. "
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    "I’ve lived here for 20 years and love it. Warmm friendly liberal well educated people .beautiful patk!"
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  • Trulia User
    "Been here for over 10 years. A lovely part of Brooklyn. Many trains nearby and time of great places to eat."
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  • Trulia User
    "I have lived in park slope for 30 years. It is pricey, but has some of the best grocery stores, restaurants, schools, and more. Extremely family friendly. And best of all just a few blocks off of prospect park. Oh and your four legged friends will feel right at home. "
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  • Trulia User
    "I have been her for over 20 years and love my house and the neighborhood! A wonderful family community and a great mix of all kinds- cant imagine being anywhere else right now in NYC!"
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  • Trulia User
    "Park slope is very nice place to live , it has great schools nearby easy for the kids to go to, it also has good public park , I always take my son there every Sunday to practice with him soccerball. "
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    "The F train is not amazing but it gets you where you need to go...eventually! Cabs or Uber’s are readily available."
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Park Slope Guide

What are the schools, restaurants and shopping like in Park Slope?

A general and a specialty grocery store is always only a very short walk away in Park Slope. 6th Avenue is among the best streets for groceries. In addition, with over 150 restaurants and about 20 coffee shops, Park Slope is a good area in which to go out to eat. It is also straightforward to access a number of clothing stores on foot, for instance on Dean Street. In terms of education, both primary and secondary schools are especially convenient to walk to from most properties for sale in Park Slope. Locals have the option of public and private schools at both the elementary and secondary school level.

What are the best ways to get around in Park Slope?

House buyers in this neighborhood benefit from various options to move around without the need for a car. With various nearby rapid transit stations on the F | Queens Blvd Express/ 6 Av Local Line, G | Brooklyn-Queens Crosstown Line, Q | Broadway Express, 4 | Lexington Avenue Express, D | 6 Avenue Express, 3 | 7 Avenue Express, B | 6 Avenue Express, N | Broadway Local Line, R | Broadway Local Line, 2 | 7 Avenue Express and W | Broadway Local Line, and a few nearby bus lines, this part of New York benefits from a great public transit system. Active people will also appreciate the very pedestrian-friendly character of Park Slope; all day-to-day errands can be run without needing to use a car, and plenty of businesses are very nearby. This part of New York is quite cycling-friendly as bike-share stations are never more than a short distance away.

What's it like to live in Park Slope?

Park Slope has a character that appeals to a fairly diverse group of people. Park Slope is quiet, as the streets tend to be tranquil. Greenery is present in this area as many tree-lined streets are prominent. It is very easy to access parks in the neighborhood, since getting to one is very easy from the majority of homes and there are a few public green spaces nearby for residents to visit. Finally, in general, finding things to do in this area is very easy. Even though this part of New York is not known for its nightlife, the streets are usually busy with people.

What kinds of homes are available in Park Slope?

Small apartment buildings are the most common housing type, representing around half of dwellings in Park Slope, while large apartment buildings and duplexes make up most of the remaining housing stock. This neighborhood is primarily composed of one bedroom and two bedroom homes. Around 55% of the population of this neighborhood rent their home while owners make up the remainder. Most housing in this part of the city was constructed before the 1960s, during its most significant building boom.
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