Ditmas Park is like the love song of Brooklyn. Okay well maybe not, but this Craftsman is a seriously romantic piece of property to say the least. The single-family home was built in 1907 and is located at 633 East 19th Street in the recently designated Fisk Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District. The property is currently listed for $1.75 million, and everything from the tiger oak mahogany staircase to the extra large backyard is a beautiful example of what makes Craftsmans so desirable.
The symmetrical details on the exterior, including a decadent front porch and charming columns, are the perfect introduction to the home’s elegant interior. The center staircase is complimented with tiger oak mahogany trim, gorgeous built-ins, and a brick laid wood burning fireplace.
The formal dining room features original pocket doors, a medallioned ceiling, and a Tiffany-style light fixture all original to the house. The window at the far end of the room sits atop a beautiful window seat making it easy to enjoy tranquil views of the home’s exterior landscape.
Two swinging mahogany doors lead into the kitchen and breakfast room. Sitting at the top of the center staircase is an east-facing sunroom with windows on three sides perfect for a fifth bedroom, study, or art studio. Beyond the sunroom a large hallway leads to four bedrooms and a large hallway bathroom. The master suite come complete with with beautiful wood flooring, a window seat, and master bathroom.
Additional offerings include a full basement, two car garage, and a deep porch with an expansive backyard.
Architectural integrity is the standard through out this amazing Craftsman, and with that it will surely withstand another 100 years.
Neighborhoods : Ditmas Park