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Welcome to 555 East 17th Street, located on a serene tree-lined street in Ditmas Park. Built in 1905, this 7-bedroom Victorian mansion features a host of spectacular original features whilst maintaining an ideal floor plan and layout. The massive porch overlooks a beautifully manicured front yard that perfectly matches the countryside feel of this stunning neighborhood.
As you enter, you'll be greeted by a grand entryway featuring high ceilings, stained glass windows, and original moldings. The first floor is comprised of four large spaces. To the left is a large living room that is flooded with light from its 3 bay windows. Just beyond that is a library that can easily function as another living room spaceperfect for entertaining and large gatherings. Beyond the foyer is a cavernous formal dining room featuring a fireplace and stunning coffered ceilings. The newly renovated kitchen features updated cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, and is adjacent to a half bathroom and separate laundry room.
The original elegant staircase leads to the home's private sleeping quarters. The second floor consists of the master bedroom with en suite bath, 3 more bedrooms, and a recently updated full bathroom. All rooms are gracious in size and scale. The third floor features 3 more well-proportioned bedrooms, another full bathroom, and an additional room for storage.
Conveniently located only two short blocks from the B and Q trains at the Newkirk Avenue train station, you'll find yourself only a few minutes from Prospect Park, Downtown Brooklyn, and Manhattan.