Windsor Terrace

Windsor Terrace is a picturesque Brooklyn neighborhood renowned for its residential tranquility, tree-lined streets, and proximity to Prospect Park.

The allure of Victorian and Edwardian homes, coupled with charming shops, eateries, and bars attracts both residents and visitors to this charming neighborhood.

Neighborhood Highlights:

  • Visiting Prospect Park from Windsor Terrace offers easy access to the southwest end of the park and a gateway to exploring this urban greenspace’s tranquil wooded trails, historic landmarks, and quiet lakes along with the recreational courts at Parade Ground.
  • Green-Wood Cemetery is among the earliest rural cemeteries in the country founded in 1838 swiftly gained global acclaim for its stunning architecture and aesthetics making it one of the top tourist destinations in the state in the Victorian era. It houses notable figures in New York history, ornate tombstones and mausoleums, and a labyrinth of verdant pathways with views of the city skyline and Statue of Liberty.
  • Visit the single block where the 1975 film Dog Day Afternoon starring Al Pacino based on capturing the intricacies of a real-life 1972 bank robbery. Most of the film was shot at Prospect Park West between 17th and 18th Streets, and you can enjoy a Chicago-style “red hot” from the counterstyle restaurant on the same block with the same name.