This classic Flatbush single family home has been in the same family for about 45 years. It has been lovingly maintained and it is completely move-in ready. Built around 1905, this home features some lovely period details, including coffered ceilings, built in cabinetry, wood parquet flooring, wood columns and other ornate woodwork. The front porch overlooks a small garden and from there, you enter the foyer where you are greeted by amazing wood doors, and gorgeous wood columns and molding. From there, you'll find a spacious living room, separate dining room and kitchen leading to a very serene rear porch and garden. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, a skylit hallway and a bathroom. The finished basement would make a great family room or even an office. It has access to both the front and rear yards, recently updated mechanicals, laundry, a full bathroom and a powder room.

Sitting on the front porch overlooking the garden and the block, you get a sense of the work ethic of the Haitian immigrant parents who purchased the home for their family 45 years ago. The same work ethic drives the current owner, their youngest daughter. She has served as block president for 3 years and initiated so many wonderful activities on the block to preserve its beauty and cohesiveness. Her efforts lead to multiple Greenest Block in Brooklyn awards, creation of the Little Free Library to promote the love of reading for all ages stationed in front of the home, and the Monarch Waystation awarded by The Monarch Watch Organization to aid yearly Monarch Butterfly migration. The National Wildlife Federation designated the home's front garden as a Certified Wildlife Habitat because of the plant life that supports our friends in nature. This family will be missed, but it is time to pass the torch to the next owner.

The weekend Farmer's Market in Ditmas Park, Prospect Park, King's Theater, Brooklyn College, The Junction, King's County Hospital Center and SUNY Downstate Medical Center are neighborhood anchors. There are fun places to hang out nearby, like Footprints, Sip Unwine, Mirna's Pupuseria, Bamboo Walk, Czen, and great Ditmas Park favorites like The Farm on Adderly, Manchego, Cafe Madeline, The Ox Tavern and more less than mile away. The 2 and 5 trains at Newkirk Avenue can get you to lower Manhattan in under 40 minutes and the Q train at Cortelyou Road as well as the express bus to Riis Beach are nearby.

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Listed by Jacqueline DeVane of Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC

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