745 Westminster Road
Glenwood Road/Ave H Ditmas Park
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28.5" x 30'7"
9.5" x 19"
Large Master Bedroom with HUGE closets. 2 additional bedrooms. Renovated bath with jacuzzi tub, separate shower and double sink. Washer / Dryer. Plus triangular room perfect for storage or playroom.
RENOVATED OWNER'S DUPLEX: Spacious L shape living room and dining room with fire place, and terrace. Recreation room with beamed ceilings and a fireplace. Fully renovated open eat-in-kitchen with cherry wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances and slate counter tops. 2 bedrooms and renovated bathroom.
Lovely rental apartment. 2 bedrooms with full bath, large living room and dining room. Good size kitchen. 2 fireplaces.
Unfinished. Washer and dryer in place. NEW furnace, forced air heat. NEW hot water heater. 200 amp
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,740
- Alarm system
- Decorative fireplaces
- Gas fireplace
- Guarantors allowed
- Original detail
This meticulously maintained Victorian home is located in prime Ditmas Park. It has a lovely owner's triplex with a large updated kitchen and separate dining room, original detail, a great income producing 2 bedroom unit, full basement with 8 foot ceilings, 2 washer/dryers, private garage, front and back gardens, and so much more. Move right in!
Additional features of this building include: All new windows, Large walk in closets, Original Wood Details, Shared Driveway, Garage, New front porch, Renovated Kitchen, 4 fireplaces with original mantels, All new mechanics, and Custom Built ins.
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Runs from Beverly Road to the north, Foster Avenue to the south, Ocean Avenue to the east and Coney Island Avenue to the west.
Ditmas Park has one of the largest collections of Victorian houses in the nation, and many of them are large, with multiple bedrooms, porches, and garages, and full of stunning details. That’s because these Ditmas Park homes were originally built for the likes of the Guggenheims, and film stars like Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks.