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Updated1/27/2021
Added10/8/2020
About this Property
Rare Flemish Revival standalone home in prime Ditmas Park! Move in ready. Brand new electric, plumbing, roof, windows, bathrooms and kitchen… Nestled between the historic land marked neighborhood of Midwood Park and Fiske terrace, sits this beautiful and unique Flemish Revival-style home on a quite tree-lined Cul de Sac. Just two blocks to the recently rebuilt Avenue H Q train, a quick walk to the express train at Newkirk Plaza, as well as a short stroll to all the amazing restaurants Cortelyou road has to offer. Designed by prolific architect Benjamin Driesler and built in 1903 by John R. Corbin, this detached 1 family home offers some unique architecture (distinctive steps, Flemish-revival style shingles and curved gables) that you wont find any where else in the neighborhood, all while having modern updates to the kitchen and bathrooms. Sitting on an oversized lot, 20 Waldorf Court features a formal dining area, expansive living space with a fireplace, eat in kitchen with a breakfast nook, and a partially finished basement with a washer/dryer and plenty of room for storage. Total of 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, with original detailing throughout including original carpentry, restored floors with inlaid borders, moldings and stain glassed windows not to mention a wrap around terrace, oriel windows and dormers on the side facade. This beautiful home also features an expansive back yard that is ideal for hosting, and a driveway that can park several cars.
Details
  • Status:No Longer Available
  • Size:2304 Sq Ft
  • Type:Single Family
  • ID:623122634395467337
  • Tax:10252
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