431 East 19th Street
Between Ditmas Avenue and Dorchester Road Ditmas Park
Nearby Subway Stations
- Gas fireplaces
RARE, Beautifully Preserved, Classic Victorian located in the Heart of Historic Ditmas Park! Situated on a lush, oversized Lot, this architectural beauty offers a generous, inviting floor plan, including 6 Bedrooms, and 2.5 baths. The stunning entry foyer (big enough for a Baby Grand), Living Room, Formal Dining Room, and Den of the Parlor level showcase magnificent parquet floors, with a distinct pattern in every room, two functioning gas fire places, breathtaking stained glass, coffered ceilings, pocket doors, and a floor to ceiling pier mirror flanked by columns. The recently updated kitchen features white, wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and a lovely tin ceiling. Located off the kitchen is a hidden staircase leading to the second floor, and a wonderful enclosed porch with windows overlooking the sprawling backyard. On the second floor are four large bedrooms, each with 3-4 windows, and a recently renovated bath with double sink, tub and glass enclosed shower. The third floor offers two bedrooms, a huge attic room with vaulted ceilings, and a vintage full bath --complete with claw foot tub, high tank pull-chain toilet, and a charming eyebrow window! In the basement you will find the laundry room and tons of additional storage space. Many of the windows are new, each room has more than one closet, the heating system is oil (with the beautiful, original cast iron radiators), and the ceilings throughout boast the original curved corners and plaster medallions. The garage is big enough for two cars, and the generous driveway will accommodate several guests. All of this is just a couple of blocks from the Q train to Manhattan, and the stores and restaurants of Cortelyou Road!
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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.