Cobble Hill


Squeezed between the similarly charming (and high-ranking) neighborhoods of Carroll Gardens and Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill offers the best of both of those worlds. It’s one stop closer to Manhattan on the F train than the former, and $200 to $300 cheaper per month than the latter. Smith and Court Streets are among the most interesting and diverse retail corridors in the city, and the housing stock is superb, with beautiful and well-maintained nineteenth-century homes and plenty of modern amenities. Nearby neighborhoods: Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill, Downtown Brooklyn, Gowanus, Red Hook and DUMBO.

Eating & Drinking

There are about 208 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Cobble Hill. People in Cobble Hill can walk to an average of 25 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

316-326 Clinton Street

Walker’s Paradise

Explore Cobble Hill on Walk Score

Daily errands do not require a car in Cobble Hill New York. Cobble Hill is the 34th most walkable neighborhood in New York with a Walk Score of 97.

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