Sheepshead Bay is located in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.
The following is a real time, up to the minute report for the real estate market in Sheepshead Bay as of 05-26-13:
Average Sales Stats:
Based on current sales data, the average price for a home in Sheepshead Bay is $705,729. The average price per square foot is $355. The average neighborhood home is 1,732 square feet,
has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms. In terms of condominiums,
Sheepshead Bay condos carry an average monthly maintenance of $604 per month.
The majority of homes in the neighborhood are in post war buildings.
Bordered by Gravesend, Midwood, and Marine Park, the Sheepshead Bay real estate market sits on a picturesque and rather tranquil inlet of the Atlantic Ocean. This southernmost Brooklyn inlet is enclosed on the south by Brighten Beach and Manhattan Beach.
The housing options in the Sheepshead Bay real estate market are comprised largely of two story brick row houses with aluminum awnings, traditional post-WWII, 5-6 story walk ups, newly renovated brick townhouses, modern high rise apartments, and waterfront luxury condominiums. In short, one finds plenty of options to buy or rent in Sheepshead Bay.
Culturally, Sheeepshead Bay has something of a Riviera feel that is unmatched by other waterside communities in New York City. Its row of water facing restaurants, diners, bars, open-air night clubs, and party cruise liners give Sheapshead Bay residents a host of social and recreational options close to the homes they buy or rent here.
In terms of public transit, the Sheepshead Bay real estate market is largely accessible via the B and Q trains, which run between Ocean Avenue and Coney Island Avenue. By Car, Sheepshead Bay drivers are able to travel either to Manhattan or Long Island via the Belt Parkway.
Many Sheepshead Bay residents consider their neighborhood the balance of being culturally diverse, safe, and affordable.