1. Caton ParkCaton Park is a smaller neighborhood bordering Caton & Church Avenues

2. Prospect Park South

Designated a Historic District in 1978, Prospect Park South is unquestionably the grandest section of Old Flatbush, with a unique assortment of large, architecturally significant homes

3. Albermarle-Kenmore TerraceAlbermarle and Kenmore Terraces are two quiet residential courts, less than a block in length off East 21st Street

4. Beverly Square WestIn 1898, architect Thomas Benton Ackerson had a dream to found a community of large spacious houses, no two alike, with lawns, stained glass windows and fireplaces

5. Beverly Square EastThe homes in Beverly Square East were built primarily between 1898 and 1901

6. Ditmas Park West At the turn of the twentieth century, this entire area was still part of a large tract of farmland, which had belonged for generations to the Ditmas family

7. Ditmas ParkDitmas Park is one of three Flatbush neighborhoods which has been officially designated a Historic District

8. West MidwoodThis community – which evokes a small-town atmosphere with its tree-lined streets, cul-de-sacs and malls – constitutes a portion of the vast turn-of-the-century construction effort of the Germania Real Estate and Improvement Company

9. Midwood Park Midwood Park, like other similar neighborhoods in Brooklyn, was built as a suburban development in the first decade of the century on what was formerly farmland

10. South MidwoodSouth Midwood was built by Real Estate Developers at the turn of the century

11. Fiske TerraceOne of the priceless features of Fiske Terrace is its tranquility

Caton Park Prospect Park South Albemarle-Kenmare Terrace Beverley Square East Ditmas Park West Ditmas Park West Midwood Midwood Park Fiske Terrace South Midwood Beverley Square West