Own a piece of elegant history within one of the most desired neighborhoods of Brooklyn, Ditmas Park. Located at 353 East 17th Street and built in 1899, this spectacular detached Victorian single-family home occupies a 26x38 building on a 78x108. The desirable corner spot and eye-catching architecture offers unmatched curb appeal.
Opportunities abound throughout the remodeled nine bedrooms and six bathrooms, offering a glimpse into the waning years of the Gilded Age. The unparalleled attention to detail will appeal to the highest standards of home ownership. The total closet space would easily accommodate the most impressive of wardrobes, while offering ultimate privacy and comfort for guests. The two-car driveway and garage will remove the need for street parking.
The cross street of Cortelyou Road connects to Flatbush Avenue, a main artery of Brooklyn from which outings from daily errands to formal occasions out on the town can be made. Several restaurants and shops, meanwhile, remain with walking distance. If your excursion includes visiting downtown New York City, the Q Train and express busses are also within close proximity. Similarly, iconic Prospect Park, known for its tranquil settings and famous zoo, is just up the street, as is the Brooklyn Museum and Barclays Center if you want to catch a game featuring one of the most exciting rosters in the NBA.
This combination of preserved history and expansive space makes this property a rare opportunity, not to mention the potential to make lucrative passive income in one of the hottest real estate markets. Come see for yourself!