The Brooklyn neighborhood of Ditmas Park has made a name for itself because of the freestanding Victorian homes lining its suburban-like streets, but here’s a two-bedroom, pre-war condo up for sale in the ‘nabe, what the listing calls “truly a rare find” for the area. It’s asking $450,000 at 2108 Dorchester Road, a 1912 building with 48 units. Inside, high ceilings and three exposures make for a cheery, bright apartment.
The layout offers a large great room which fits both living and dining spaces–and the dining room can accommodate an oversized table. The three exposures, multiple windows, and high ceilings really open up the 827-square-foot apartment, and built-in bookshelves provide extra storage.
The kitchen, newly renovated, has its own window alongside nice new cabinetry offering more storage, stainless steel appliances, a tile backsplash, and a counter overlooking the living room.
The bedrooms both boast plenty of closet space and large windows that overlook other apartment buildings in the area.
The building is located one block away from Cortelyou Road, the main drag of the neighborhood, (the closest subway is the Cortelyou Road Q stop), and just a short block up Flatbush Avenue is the Loew’s Kings Theatre, a truly spectacular music hall you must see for yourself.
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Photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Ditmas Park