This is a fine specimen of a Ditmas Park house, with a couple of trees in the front yard, a deep garden in the rear, a wraparound porch, a two-car garage and seven bedrooms. It’s at 421 East 19th Street, on a fine specimen of a tree-lined and landmarked Ditmas Park block.
The 1907 Colonial Revival features a double-sized living room measuring 27 feet across, with inlaid parquet floors and a wood-burning fireplace with a marble mantel. Elsewhere on the first floor is a wainscoted dining room, a renovated kitchen with granite counters and a six-burner Viking stove, a laundry room, and a back porch.
As mentioned, the bedrooms number seven, and they’re of generous size — four on the second floor and three above. There’s a full bath on each floor and a lot of closets, including two of the walk-in variety (one is cedar).
The basement is finished, and holds a bath with shower.
The condition looks good, and the house has been maintained and updated — it was re-sided in 2006, got a new boiler last year, electrical system upgrades, and a Mitsubishi split A/C system.
Listed by Mary Kay Seery and Jeffery L. Welch of Brown Harris Stevens, the house — which you can eye at an open house from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday — is asking $2.2 million. What’s your take on it?
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