This exceedingly spacious top-floor two-bedroom, two-bath apartment in a desirable Ditmas Park location is the kind of home that rarely comes on the market. It has a wonderful house-like layout, ten windows, three exposures, leafy rooftop views of neighborhood Victorian houses, large sunlit rooms, and loads of pretty prewar features such as arched entryways, high ceilings, and a sweet built-in curio cabinet.
There is a gracious and elegant foyer that could easily accommodate an office setup or floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. And beyond it, through an archway, there is a huge and inviting west-facing living room that gets wonderful light all day. Off of the living room is a great flexible-use space that is the perfect spot for a tucked-away additional workstation. Adjacent to it, a big, windowed eat-in kitchen boasts a western exposure, quartz countertops, an undermount sink, a dishwasher, and plenty of storage. Both bedrooms are oversized and nicely separate from the living area. The beautiful, sun-filled primary bedroom is west facing and has two double-deep closets plus a windowed ensuite bathroom. The pleasant second bedroom has northern and eastern exposures and a deep closet. A full bathroom, vintage-inspired and windowed, is also nicely separate from the living area. The common space has a linen closet and an enormous entryway closet. Hardwood floors throughout. A lovely and well-maintained prewar co-op in the heart of Ditmas Park, 385 East 18th Street is an art deco building with a live-in super, new elevators, updated laundry facilities, a playroom, storage lockers, bike storage, and a backyard. In close proximity to the Q train and a short distance from Prospect Park. Just off amenity-packed Cortelyou Road and its many offerings, including Lea, Mimi's Hummus, King Mother, The Castello Plan, Koko Ramen, the Flatbush Food Co-op, and a weekly year-round farmers market.