"Close to Sheepshead Bay"
Coyle Street is an average, middle-class street,convenient to Sheepshead Bay and the water. It is not very far from the Belt Parkway/Shore Parkway, which is a major highway that runs along the Brooklyn waterfront. The houses on Coyle Street are mostly attached brick homes that can have a family living on the lower level and another family living on the second floor. They're mostly private homes, but look pretty cramped. No real front or back yards and there are always kids playing in the street. That always amazes me, since there is a significant amount of traffic going by. On one side of Coyle Street is a school with a playground. If you go further down Coyle Street (on the other side of the Parkway, toward Avenue U) there are some small businesses and shops, like a video rental place, and an accounting business, cleaners, etc. Those little pockets of business have a lot of graffiti on the walls, which makes it very unattractive. The area toward Sheepshead Bay is definitely nicer and a lot quieter than the commercial part of Coyle Street.