Gravesend (Brooklyn, NY)
By OLGA BAUM, Real Estate Sales, Valuation, Ad Valorem Tax Appea
(Douglas Elliman Real Estate)
Luxury 3 brm Duplex HOUSE for rent plus Den with yard, parking & laundry. Totally renovated single family pre war house. Parquet and tile floors. Large open living/ dining/ kitchen area. Great for entertaining. Custom cherry kitchen with center island and wine rack,  granite and stainless steel appliances. Brand new bathroom w/ deep tub. Another marble bath is available for use in basement. LG Washer Dryer with steam sycle. Large back yard with blue cpruss and flowering trees. Private off street parking. Walk to N and F trains. Variety of grocery stores, restaurants and bars within a few blocks. 24 hrs Rite Aide is around the corner. Friendly neighbors.House for rent in Grevesend Brooklyn is available now. Pets are welcome!
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By Gaye Granice, Associate Broker
(Robert Defalco Realty)
Just Listed!!  
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A 10/18/2012
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  Gravesend Brooklyn     Located in the south-central section of Brooklyn, Gravesend was one of the original towns in the Dutch colony of New Netherland and became one of the original six towns of Kings County in colonial New York. The roots of this beautiful waterfront neighborhood are steeped in the history of New York itself.  It is one of the earliest planned communities in America.   That history remains today. There are many historical homes still standing, dating back to the 1600 and 1700s, as well as the Old Gravesend Cemetery and Van Sicklen Cemetery, where original settler Lady Moody is buried.   It’s close proximity to Coney Island meant a brief time as a recreation and gaming center in the 1950s but the closing of popular race tracks helped Gravesend relax back into being a ...
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By Luke Constantino, Residential/Commercial Real Estate Brooklyn NY
(Brooklyn/Manhattan Real Estate)
Gravesend (pronounced "GRAVES end", not "grave SEND") is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, USA. It is bordered by Bensonhurst, Sheepshead Bay, and Coney Island. The name is derived from the Dutch "grafe ende," which means "the end of the grove." However, many speculate that the namesake of Gravesend comes from many roads that intersect the Washington Cemetery located in the area, between 65th Street, Bay Parkway and Ocean Parkway. Gravesend was one of the original towns in the Dutch colony of New Netherland and became one of the six original towns of Kings County in colonial New York. It was the only English chartered town in what became Kings County and was designated the "Shire Town" when the English assumed control, as it was the only one where records could be...
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