4. Kenmore Terrace
To the south of the aforementioned streets, and located off of East 21st Street and directly to the left of Flatbush Avenue, is Kenmore Terrace. Untapped Cities’ History of Streets archive discusses its history, describing how Kenmore Terrace has a deep history tracing back to 1600, when the Dutch first settled in Flatbush. During the 1910s, three houses on this street were built in the Colonial Revival style and the remaining six were built in the English Arts and Crafts style and included a driveway and garage as the automobile took off in popularity and more middle-class families were able to purchase cars.