This strange condominium has several charming initial aspects and home windows on a few sides. Located at 396 Westminster Street in Ditmas Park West, a semi-detached shingled household with a porch, the floor-ground device is pretty spacious with 6 rooms, but a railroad flooring program boundaries its adaptability.
When the house was designed, circa 1900, it was common for flats to have a double parlor in entrance, kitchen and eating room in the rear, with modest bedrooms in the center. This one particular also follows that format, but the lack of an inside hall helps make it a railroad.
The front and rear rooms could do the job as bedrooms for roommates when offering some privateness. A one particular person, few or tiny relatives may more conveniently assert a area or two in the center of the unit as bedrooms.
The condominium appears to be to be in close to-immaculate problem, with eye-catching wall moldings, attractive plaster brackets, original five-panel doorways, wooden floors, and an first crafted-in closet in the next parlor.
The recently current kitchen area has wooden cupboards, mosaic tile backsplash, tile flooring, composite counter and designed-in microwave. It does not have a ton of cabinet or counter space or a dishwasher but there is lots of storage space in an adjacent mudroom.
The unit’s one particular rest room is also present day and has a tile ground, mixed tub and shower, pedestal sink and fall ceiling. The listing’s virtual tour provides a closer seem.
There are a overall of 5 closets in the device. Other benefits include things like access to the shared backyard, laundry in the developing, and bicycle storage.
Mentioned by Cintra Batchoo and Jeff Surowka of Abucus Attributes, the condominium is inquiring $2,100 a month. Do you think it’s a first rate deal?
Editor’s notice: The condominium is now shown as “application pending.”