Colorful Ditmas Park Deco co-op has style, space, and amenities for $599K
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Colorful Ditmas Park Deco co-op has style, space, and amenities for $599K

January 6, 2022

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

For $599,000, this bright one-bedroom-plus-office co-op at 1825 Foster Avenue in Flatbush/Ditmas Park has fresh, updated interiors, eastern and southern exposures, and treetop views. A pre-war 1931 building means the space is framed by hardwood floors and graceful moldings.

The apartment’s living space is colorful and light-filled. A dazzling raised dining area was created next to the kitchen, saving space as well as offering a unique entertaining and work zone for family and guests.

A windowed galley kitchen features quartz countertops and a glass tile backsplash, shaker cabinetry, a gas range, a dishwasher, and a French door fridge. There’s no shortage of workspace here, and plenty of light.

Off the living room, a home office/extra bedroom has a closet and built-in cabinet. The main bedroom offers two large closets. The large windowed bath has a Mediterranean vibe, with large floor tiles and a rain shower head.

The Art Deco Foster Arms building has a handful of covetable amenities including an evening doorman, a live-in super, an elegant lobby, a fitness room, a community lounge, laundry facilities, a bike room, and an exterior courtyard. The B/Q trains stop nearby.

[Listing details: 1825 Foster Avenue #2A at CityRealty]

[At Douglas Elliman by Rebekah Carver]


Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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