How many Brooklynites can boast an in-ground pool? A recently listed stunner at 520 Argyle Road in Ditmas Park brags this rare amenity, in addition to five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, original stained glass from the late 1800s, and 19-foot cathedral-style ceilings. The property, asking $2.785 million, has hit the market just in time for all your summer entertaining fantasies.
Ditmas Park has long been known for having a suburban feel despite its urban location, and this property is certainly a prime example of why. The fenced-in, landscaped backyard has room for an al fresco dining setup in addition to the in-ground saltwater swimming pool, which is brand new and heated. The sprawling outdoor space also has an artist studio with a collapsible glass wall in an enclosed cabana. A garage fits one car, with room for four more in the driveway. The main property has recently installed HVAC, mechanicals, and a new roof.
Inside the house, the luxury continues. The kitchen’s floors are heated and its concrete eat-in island custom.
There’s a washer and dryer on the second floor along with the master bedrooms, which has a built-in reading nook and en-suite bathroom complete with double vanity and dressing room large enough to also serve as a sitting room.
The third floor sports a family room, a bar, second dishwasher, bar sink, and ice machine. Of the two additional bedrooms on this level, one is currently in use as a home office. A full bathroom on this floor had two skylights, a clawfoot tub, and waterfall shower.
The home is a quick walk from the Newkirk Plaza B and Q station.
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Photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Ditmas Park