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Address: Pierrepont St & Henry ST, Brooklyn, NY
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Relax on a bench to people watch, picnic or just take in the breathtaking...

Relax on a bench to people watch, picnic or just take in the breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline along this exclusively pedestrain walkway that is lined with grand historic townhouses and features a playground at Montague Street.

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Walking around purposeless, good for pictures

All houses are so cute, and environment is quite and friendly. Had a chat with a kind woman, actally Danish, living here for 20 years.

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Lausanne, Switzerland
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Lausanne, Switzerland
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365 reviews
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

All houses are so cute, and environment is quite and friendly. Had a chat with a kind woman, actally Danish, living here for 20 years.

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Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A delightful area with many old historic framehouses and brownstones. A haunt for writers, you may find plaques showing where Walt Whitman, Arthur Miller and Norman Mailer (among others ) lived.

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Oslo, Norway
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 112 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 week ago

I am really glad I did walk to this area. Felt very private and was just calm, green and very quiet and nice. And still close to Manhatten. Just gives you a totally different feel and you can find some nice spots to relax.

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Quincy MA
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The quiet, elegant, brownstone-lined streets in Brooklyn Heights must be wonderful places to live. If you're interested in American literature, it's especially intriguing to walk the streets that inspired Henry Miller, Arthur Miller, Hart Crane, Truman Capote, Auden, Thomas Wolfe, Walt Whitman and so many more. Look at a "literary Brooklyn" site before you visit, or get a hold of... More 

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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

There are so many things to love about Brooklyn Heights, not the least of which are the brownstones and the views across the river into Manhattan. Expensive to live in but cheap to enjoy.

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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

Cross the Bklyn Bridge and tour Bklyn Heights for a view of the most impressive and beautiful neighborhoods in all of the City. Take the side streets and you will see the most amazing brownstones. Walk down the main commercial street, Montague Street where you can get ice cream at the first retail Haagen Das store in the world or... More 

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San Antonio, Texas
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

I would stay here again in a heartbeat. We travelled into NYC easily and yet were able to retreat to a pretty, residential area when we wanted some respite from the bustle.

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Oakland, California
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

Early 18th Century row house, spectacular views of Manhattan, some great restaurants and cafes, quiet and peaceful, tree-shaded, great place to take a long walk.

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Los Angeles
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Reviewed 18 March 2017

91 Remsen, where he lived with his wife June in the 1920's--(Henry and June--that June) is a great starting point. Montague Street has the cool shopping, little restaurants, great place for a leisurely hangout if you walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. Punch in 91 Remsen and you'll be right where you want to be. I kept humming the theme song... More 

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Brooklyn, New York
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

If you enjoy old style brownstones, this is for you. Please remember to bring you camera to take plenty of pictures, and remember to wear comfortable shoes. Plenty of places to eat along the way.

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