456 E 19th St
Ditmas Avenue Ditmas Park
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,842
- Gas fireplaces
A LANDMARKED 9 bedroom Victorian home -- built and designed by Arne Dehli circa 1910 -- is available for purchase. This perfectly restored, and intelligently updated, 4800 square foot, three-story house of faintly Spanish exterior architecture -- the outside is stucco with red roof tiles - has a broad, wrap-around porch and is situated on one of the loveliest blocks in Ditmas Park. The formal entrance opens upon a vestibule and a gorgeous staircase with wide landings, an office/den, a double parlor living room with bay window, and beyond a spacious, renovated, eat-in kitchen which leads to the deck and garden. The restored mahogany wood details exude the superior craftsmanship of the era and add to the integrity of the home. Built-ins, pocket doors, inlaid hardwood floors; hand-carved moldings and mantles seem icing on the cake. There are 4 bedrooms on the second floor and 5 bedrooms on the third floor, a sauna on the upper level, lovely bathrooms throughout and a thoughtfully renovated basement -- full bath, lg bdrm, recessed lighting, tile floor -- which provides a fun and sprawling space for entertaining, or even a live-in au pair. Completely upgraded to include new electric, plumbing, insulated windows and a brand new(2001) gas furnace, this beautiful home offers endless possibilities for living, entertaining and working -- guest quarters, office, den, studio, work out room or rec space -- and requires NO work except your decorator's touch. Even space for your two cars!
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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.