The house has been renovated, but a few worthy details have been preserved
It’s no secret that Ditmas Park in Brooklyn is the place to look for lovely historic mansion-like homes in New york City. And good news for anyone who may be looking: another sprawling house just made its way onto the market. This lovely six-bedroom Victorian is fresh off a full renovation that blended the house’s original details with a few modern touches.
The living room has been reinvented with salvaged stained glass windows, a wood-burning fireplace, painted exposed brick, gleaming hardwood floors. The modern chef’s kitchen has generous amounts of closet space, new stainless steel appliances, and windows that give view to the backyard’s garden.
Two of the upper floor’s bedrooms boast en-suite bathrooms. The finished basement space can be used in a multitude of ways, like as another living room, play room, or media room. One of the best features? What was once the garage has been converted into a “super cool” entertainment space that opens into the backyard.
The home is asking $1.895 million, which, considering its size and all else, isn’t too ridiculous.