Beautifully restored, eight room spacious home with enchanting 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. This Ditmas Park Victorian home is on an oversized lot with a sprawling rear garden and two car garage! Immaculately maintained, with thoughtful and careful updates, this home has benefited from a master woodworker, whose enhancements and restoration can be appreciated throughout. Breathtaking custom glass front built-ins, pocket doors, moldings, plaster medallions, trellis, wainscoting, decorative mantels, custom closets and magnificent stained glass showcase exceptional, old world craftsmanship and attention to every detail. The generous foyer with a cozy inglenook leads to the large living room with a wall of bay windows looking out onto the tree lined street and a stunning formal dining room big enough for a table that seats 12. In between the living and dining rooms is a charming music room that can easily double as a den or office, a convenient powder room and the recently updated eat-in-kitchen. Kitchen features include custom, painted wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and an island with chairs for casual dining. Sliding glass doors fill the kitchen with natural light and open to a generous back deck with steps down to a huge back yard, wonderful for entertaining outdoors, gardening or a swimming pool! On the second floor there are three bedrooms, two bathrooms with bidets and a jacuzzi in the master bedroom. The oversized master bedroom has a bath ensuite, a cozy seating area with a decorative mantle and two bays of windows with window seats. On the third floor are an additional two extra-large bedrooms, one with a bath ensuite. A central vacuuming system and sprinkler system for the garden have also been installed. The finished basement has a laundry room with built in cabinetry and counter tops and a huge open space for a rec room with a vintage pool table. In addition to the two car garage there is a generous driveway to accommodate several guests. All of this is just a short distance from the Q train to Manhattan, and the stores and restaurants of Cortelyou Road.