The name, Midwood, derives from the Dutch word, "Midwout" (middle woods), the name the settlers of New Netherland called the area of dense woodland midway between the towns of Boswyck (Bushwick) and Breuckelen (Brooklyn). Later, it became part of old Flatbush, situated between the towns of Gravesend and Flatlands. Settlement was begun by the Dutch in 1652, and they later gave way to the English (who conquered it in 1664), but the area remained rural and undeveloped for the most part until its annexation to the City of Brooklyn. It became more developed in the 1920s when large middle-class housing tracts and apartment buildings were built. Many people erroneously refer to Midwood as being "part of Flatbush", an older and more established neighborhood and former township which in the 19th century included modern Midwood. Many also consider the nearby neighborhood of Fiske Terrace/Midwood Gardens to be part of Midwood, but, as in many cities, neighborhood boundaries in Brooklyn are somewhat fluid and poorly-defined. Gorgeous large and trendy 1 bedroom in Flatbush near Brooklyn College, and Target. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout, with large sunny windows. King size bedroom, with large living room. Full bath with soaking tub, spacious eat in kitchen with great counter space. Plus laundry, elevator, and live in super + porters. Near all shops, restaurants, and transportation. Web ID 62284
Market rate for this listing is $2,225 based on the surrounding areas and market conditions.
This 1 bedroom home is listed at $1,375, while 1 bedroom homes...
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