Location: Ditmas Park, Brooklyn
In-built 1930, this Victorian home at 241 Stratford Street isn’t a part of any of the close by historic districts, however its architectural fashion and tree-lined environment are in keeping with Ditmas Park’s characterful suburban vibe. The house is strolling distance to the southern tip of Prospect Park and simply up the block from the Cortelyou Street thoroughfare, which has eating places like Purple Yam, the Farm on Adderley, and Mimi’s Hummus, plus Cortelyou Greenmarket, a Sunday farmers’ market. The property comes with a driveway and indifferent storage, and the closest subway cease is the Q at Beverley Street.
Specs: four beds, 1.5 baths, 2,600 sq. ft, 0.11 acres
The house’s soothing façade combines eggshell-colored panels with sage-green roof trimming and stairs, which lead as much as the wraparound porch with a swing. Inside, you’ll discover intensive oak woodwork, together with a built-in bench, a number of fireplaces, and stained-glass home windows. The up to date kitchen options colourful mosaic tile flooring, stainless-steel home equipment, and an adjoining deck opening to the yard. All 4 bedrooms are on the second ground, whereas the third ground affords a vaulted house that can be utilized as an artist’s studio or residence workplace.