The home features an updated kitchen and vaulted third-floor space fit for a home office.
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The 3,339-square-foot house features a large landscaped backyard with wood fencing and several seating areas.
It has a spacious living room and hardwood floors.
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The two-bedroom unit comes with space for a home office.
The rambling Brooklyn home has tons of yard space
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The one-bedroom apartment has space for an office.
The house dates back to 1910, but has mod pops of color throughout
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The landmarked Brooklyn home has a ton of "old world charm."
The home has been gut-renovated
The Albemarle Road house could stun with a few upgrades.
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This bright and spacious home is part of a four-story co-op on Beverly Road
This charming home has six bedrooms and four bathrooms spread out over 3,500 square feet of space.
This is a surprisingly spacious three-bedroom that’s part of a 12-unit co-op with a common courtyard
The church will now be demolished to make room for a nine-story supportive housing building with 76 apartments.
Plans call for the church to be replaced by a nine-story building with 76 affordable apartments.
Ditmas Park delivers yet again with this lovely six-bedroom abode that recently hit the market.
Yes, really—this circa-1905 house is a little piece of cartoon history, serving as the inspiration for Philip J. Fry’s own childhood home.
Period details and modern flourishes make this Brooklyn home a stunner.
The 3,500-square-foot Brooklyn house located within the Fiske Terrace Historic District.
One of the latest Ditmas Park stunners is this 1905 home that has maintained much of its original details.
The home dates back to the 19th century but it’s gives nothing but modern convenience.
The two-bedroom home has received a few modern updates that create a nice medley of classic charm and modern convenience
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The 1907 house includes updates for modern living like a heated driveway.
Sunny terraces, pre-war details, and modern amenities populate the list.
The charming abode resides on the top floor of a prewar building so there’s no need to worry about noisy neighbors above you.
Ditmas Park is the neighborhood that keeps on giving when it comes to historic and charming homes. At that, yet another has hit the market. This one’s asking $2.4M.
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.
this idyllic six-bedroom townhouse has come a long way since it was last on the market, and is now asking $2.875 million. It has six bedrooms, luxe finishes, and more gorgeous touches.
This lovely six-bedroom Victorian is fresh off a full renovation that blended the house's original details with a few modern touches.
The spacious house comes with all of the hallmarks of the neighborhood’s stately homes—stained glass, an expansive front porch, wood-burning fireplaces, and original woodwork—but also has a few modern updates.