Ditmas Park delivers again with its seemingly endless supply of stunning prewar houses and this time, it’s in the form of a six-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom Victorian home built in 1910.
The exterior is undeniably beautiful, leading to the assumption that even more grandeur awaits within. However, the interiors of this $2.5 million home is modestly charming, subtly accented with bay windows, beamed ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, skylights, and other prewar details. The renovated kitchen is generous when it comes to cabinet space and according to the listing description, is large enough to serve as an eat-in.
Two of the home’s six bedrooms have seated windows and seem to receive ample sunlight. There is a finished basement with a laundry room and in the rear of the house, a deck, backyard, and even a pool awaits.