Here’s a freestanding West Midwood Dutch Colonial that offers all the space and leafy calm you want from this neck of the woods, and looks to be in particularly good shape. It’s at 756 Argyle Road, between Glenwood and Avenue H.
In the same family for the past 20 years, the place appears to have been well maintained, and has a bathroom that’s newly renovated and a covered front porch that was recently restored, with mahogany decking. Original detail includes stained glass, crown and picture rail moldings, and wood floors with inlaid borders.
Space abounds, as tends to the the case with these Flatbush freestanders. The bottom floor’s got your standard living room/dining room/kitchen lineup; the latter’s got cherry cabinetry, granite countertops and a pair of windows. Upstairs are five bedrooms, all good sized, including a master with a walk-in closet.
There’s a laundry room and a wine closet in the basement, and two-zoned a/c. There’s a driveway for parking and a nice backyard with a slate patio, a sprinkler system and foliage including a cherry tree.
If you’re leaving the car in the driveway, the Q train at Avenue H is close at hand.
Listed by Jackie Torren and Charlie Piggot of Corcoran, the house is asking $1.75 million. Seem on target?
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