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1825 Foster Avenue
Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, NY 11226

Pre-war Co-op

58 units
  • 58 residences
  • 6 stories
  • BUILT 1931

The Details About 1825 Foster Avenue

This well managed and cared for Art Deco co-op building has a live in super, evening doorman, bike room, gym, community/playroom, common laundry, a community garden, and onsite storage.

key features
  • Doorman
  • Private storage
  • Playroom
  • Common garden
  • Common courtyard
  • Exercise room
  • Central laundry room

1825 Foster Avenue Units

  • transaction type
    • For Sale
    • Sold
    • Rented
    • In Contract
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Get to know Ditmas Park

Longing for a more suburban lifestyle but can’t give up the dream of a New York City zip code? You may find a home in Ditmas Park. Quite literally, actually: A bit of an architectural outlier from Brooklyn’s pre-dominant brownstones and rowhouses, Ditmas Park is rife with historic detached, single-family homes. Replete with porches, front yards, and gabled roofs, your face may approximate the heart eyes emoji with one look. In the neighborhood’s historic district — on streets with expressive names like Rugby and Argyle — you can find Colonial Revival, Greek Revival, Queen Anne, Tudor, and Craftsman homes. With so many Victorian-style abodes, it’s no wonder the area is considered part of “Victorian Flatbush.” If you want the location without desiring the title of “homeowner,” Ditmas Park is not without its share of apartment buildings, generally found closer to the commercial hub of Cortelyou Road.

Ditmas Park Neighborhood Guide