Park Slope is bounded by Flatbush Avenue to the north, 15th Street to the south, Fourth Avenue to the west, and Prospect Park West to the east. Many historic brownstone homes can be found along the east-west side streets of Seventh and Fifth avenues. Park Slope has rightfully earned its reputation as being a highly sought-after zip code and itís no surprise. Green spaces, community gardens, strong environmental and social policies, terrific housing and great schools are just a few of the many reasons why this neighborhood is a great place to call home. Community institutions such as The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Park Slope Volunteer Ambulance Corps, and Park Slope Food Co-Op further add to the small-town, community-oriented feel of this neighborhood.