A landmarked Victorian house in Ditmas Park with a huge pool (who doesn’t dream about that on these increasingly warm, summer days?), has just listed for $2 million.
The Colonial Revival-style house has eight bedrooms, three bathrooms, a sunroom, a hot tub, a marble surround fireplace, and a patio in its rear yard. The house, built in 1904 by Benjamin Driesler—per the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) designation report—boasts doric columns, large gables, and a “polygonal corner tower.”
Details that add to the house’s “old world charm,” as described in the brokerbabble, include crown molding, hardwood floor, custom millwork, and wood wainscoting.
The Ditmas Park property is located in a tree-lined block at 1600 Dorchester Road, between East 16th and 17th Streets, a block away from the Cortelyou Rd B and Q train station. Taxes for the property are $752/month.
Warner Lewis, Ari Harkov, Kerrie Lynch, and the Harkov Lewis Team of Halstead Real Estate have the listing.