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A wrap-around porch, large backyard and two-car garage — sounds like a home in the quaint suburbs not one just blocks from the Q train.
Ditmas Park’s scenic streetsof single-family homes are an easy way to forget you’re in New York City —even Brooklyn.
For $1,885,000, one of these well-maintained homes dating back to 1907 is currently for sale.
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The single-family residence features seven bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms on three levels. Though it boasts vintage charm, including an original staircase, it also has an open floor plan and modern AC.
A wood burning fireplace and marble mantle, and wood-paneled dining room with bay window, flows into the eat-in kitchen with granite counters and Viking stove.
The outdoor space, with an “unusually deep 120-foot lot,” is also what makes this home a charmer. There is a landscaped garden, driveway, two-car garage with new roof, and recently replaced cedar wood fence on the side and rear yard.
This house not only proves a tree grows in Brooklyn, but they can even surround your own free-standing home.