A truely rare apartment indeed. This unit offers the classic and spacious feel that a pre-war building offers but with modern finishes offered by a newer construction. The kitchen floor is perfectly tiled and perfectly compliments the upgraded cabinerty and the stainless steel appliances. The bathroom has been redone and offers both a stand up shower and bathrub. The rest of the hardwood floors has beautifully maintained hardwood floors.
Ditmas Park is a residential neighborhood in Brooklyn, just south of Prospect Lefferts Gardens and Prospect Park. It is one of three Flatbush neighborhoods that have been designated Historic Districts. Originally, Ditmas Park was made popular by the many, super large Victorian homes built during the 20th Century but in recent years, the rise of the bars, coffee shops, upscale restaurants and delis have made Ditmas one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Cortelyou Road, Coney Island Avenue and Newkirk Plaza have lead the way in being the neighborhood's hot spots. Serviced by the B, Q train and BM1, BM2, BM3, BM4, B35, B16, B68, and B103 buses, commuting in and out Ditmas Park has been made easy.