699 East 18th Street has been featured by Brownstoner.com, Curbed.com, and 6sqft.com, for its standout characteristics. This enchanting standalone, single-family, Victorian home is situated in the Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District of Brooklynjust steps from the B & Q trains at Newkirk Plaza. With over 4900 sf on a 50' x 100' lot, there are 4 floors of sprawling spaceproviding you ample room to live, to entertain, and to grow. If that's not enough, the house (which was originally built in 1910), is replete with architectural details; high ceilings; an abundance of windows in every room; streaming light on every level; a private 2 car garage; and additional parking in a private driveway! Upon entering this lovingly maintained gem, there is a gracious entry foyer on the parlor floor which leads you to a Great Room (on the right) that extends the entire length of the house and is adorned with 2 working gas fireplaces. To the left of the entry foyer is a spacious, windowed dining room (with picturesque tree-lined street view) that is large enough for a huge, formal dining table and is adjacent to a graciously laid out, windowed, eat-in kitchen that leads you directly into a charming gardencomplete with wood deck and landscaping. The second floor of this charming home includes 4 bedroomseach of which can accommodate a king-size bed and is outfitted with a walk-in closet! On this floor, you will also find one full bathroom and a powder room. On the third floor, you will find three more bedrooms (one of which is currently used as an additional living room) and one more full bathroom.
Lastly, a completely finished and furnished lower level is a hub of possibility, including a home office, a greenhouse, a recreation room, a laundry room, and utility access, and custom spa-like zen oasis!
The neighborhood of 699 E 18th St is a section of Ditmas Park also known as Victorian Flatbush, which is conveniently situated for city living near the B and Q trains at Newkirk Plaza. Ditmas Park favorites like Lea, Werkstatt, The Farm on Adderley and Milk and Honey.