Here’s a stately freestanding Colonial Revival-style wood frame in Ditmas Park with a two-car garage and private driveway. Located at 460 East 18th Street, the single-family home is in excellent shape and maintains many of its original details alongside tasteful updates and a modern feel.
It was built in 1912 by Slee & Bryson and boasts two working fireplaces and updated kitchen and baths. The large, columned front porch has a swing and is lined in dark clapboard with white trim.
There’s a columned archway on the parlor level, with a living room behind pocket doors on either side. The living room to the left has a wood-burning fireplace and triple bay windows.
A dining room with a coffered ceiling, blonde oak wainscoting and leaded glass built-ins is past the center stair, and a sprawling eat-in kitchen with two sinks and inset lighting is in the rear. There’s also a powder room, butler’s pantry with wine fridge, floating vanity here, as well as double glass doors leading to the covered back porch and backyard where you can find the two-car garage.
Four bedrooms can be found on the second floor. The master has almost a full wall of custom closets and an en suite bath. Two of the bedrooms share a full-bath, which also serves as a pass-through between them, and one of these bedrooms boasts the home’s second working fireplace. The fourth bedroom has exclusive access to a balcony.
On the third-floor is an attic, which contains two oddly laid out bedrooms, storage, a home office-sized nook, full-bath with tub and a large, unfinished room.
There’s a laundry room in the cellar along with a recreation room, wine storage and mechanicals.
Cortelyou Road Q station is just over three blocks away. Laura Rozos at Compass has the listing, which is asking $2.795 million. What would you do with it?
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