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635 East 19th Street, Ditmas Park
Date: Sunday, 09/23/18
Time: 12:00PM - 1:30PM
Located in the Fiske Terrace- Midwood Park Historic District, this special single-family home is a wonderful example of the Colonial Revival-style mixed with Arts & Crafts elements. Designed by architect Benjamin Driesler and built c.1907 by the John R. Corbin Company, the house has a wrap-around porch with shingled columns, projecting bay windows, and intersecting gabled roofs with an abundance of curb appeal. Set back from the street with a green front lawn and shared driveway that accesses a gabled one car garage plus parking for one more on the driveway.
An inviting foyer with a beautiful stained-glass window leads to a large reception room with a beamed ceiling, decorative fireplace (that could be restored), bay window and another lovely stained glass window. Exquisite border patterns, different in every room, compliment the beautiful parquet floors. A second living room has another set of bay windows overlooking the front porch. Beamed ceilings punctuate the dining room that leads to the kitchen and adjoining home office. The generous eat-in kitchen enjoys morning light with a window over the sink overlooking the garden. Outside, there is a patio for barbequing and steps to the garden.
Stairs leading to the second floor arrive onto a large central landing leading to four bedrooms and a bathroom with a sunken tub and separate shower stall. The master bedroom has a stunning sunroom with walls of windows on three sides. The other front bedroom has a bay window and a tremendous walk-in-closet that could be converted to accommodate a second bathroom. The third floor consists of two oversized rooms with beautiful curved eaves and wooden sash windows. This level has a charming bathroom with a claw foot bathtub and a separate utility room that would make a great laundry room. Half of the basement is finished and already contains a laundry area with a large second kitchen and powder room. The unfinished portion contains the mechanicals and offer significant storage space.
East 19th Street is a beautiful block showcasing a variety of Victorian era architecture. The street is very peaceful and lined with mature trees. The B/Q trains are three short blocks down Foster Avenue at Newkirk Plaza offering a speedy ride into Manhattan. Just reduced and priced to sell.
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