Cobble Hill

One of the most quaint neighborhoods is Cobble Hill, full of impeccably preserved brownstones, tree-lined streets, and adorable small community parks.

The neighborhood is primarily residential, but visitors can stroll through the tree-lined streets adorned with gorgeous 19th-century architecture, and browse charming neighborhood boutiques, cafes, bakeries, and eateries along Court Street.

A visit to Cobble Hill is usually combined with visiting other popular nearby neighborhoods like Carroll Gardens and Boerum Hill.

Neighborhood Highlights:

  • Cobble Hill Park is one of the most charming community parks and gardens in the borough, surrounded by a picturesque ensemble of historic 19th-century residences.
  • A stroll down Court Street will leave you encountering several charming boutiques, cozy cafes, restaurants, and bars.
  • Atlantic Avenue divides Cobble Hill from Brooklyn Heights and offers a commercial district of cool bars, restaurants, and shops.
  • You can find all kinds of architectural treasures in Cobble Hill from the hidden courtyard and homes that make up Warren Street Mews, charming 19th-century brick rowhouses along Verandah Place, and up and down the residential blocks of this neighborhood.