Here’s a nice Dutch Colonial Revival in Midwood, which could use some updating but has considerable space, some nice details and looks to be in good shape. A freestander with a gambrel roof, a front porch and a garage, it’s at 1334 East 24th Street, near Avenue M.
It’s got five bedrooms split among the top two floors, including a spacious master with an en suite bath and a walk-in closet, according to the listing. Below sits a large living room with a brick fireplace; a dining room with wainscoting, leaded glass windows and a coffered ceiling; and a kosher kitchen with a breakfast nook and a pantry.
There are parquet floors in good shape, a landing bench and a nice stained glass window in the landing — note the Dutch windmill in the inset.
There are rough edges here and there and some upgrading may be needed, including the four bathrooms, which aren’t pictured.
There’s central air and laundry in the basement — with a laundry chute accessible from all floors.
Listed by Lisa Kraner of Manhattan Living Realty, the house is asking $1.995 million. Seem ambitious, or does it sound on target?
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