"You know for many people Kensington is all new, a place cheaper to live than Park slope, or a neighborhood a lot safer than Williamsburg. There is Church Avenue with it’s 'not much to offer' pretty face. Along with some public schools either on the 'wrong' or 'right' side of Beverly Road. Yeah, these gigantic wood frames are sure pretty, and you could probably sell your brownstone in Park Slope and buy three of them in a row. And all with driveways too. Kensington is sure ripe for the picking, especially if you are 'new'." Driveways? Did the dude say driveways? [Kensington Stories]
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