CONTRACT SIGNED. Gigantic 2 family home with a medical office and a finished basement. Over 4800 sq ft! Designed by the architect Isaac Kallich, who studied architecture in Odessa, Russia, and at New York University, this 1910 home in historic Ditmas Park has a distinct air of opulence about it. Walking through this fascinating home is like wandering through your own chateau. You enter by way of a lovely portico through a foyer with two interesting oval medallions on the walls. The foyer then opens into a magnificent entrance hall with an open stairway curving up and around to the second of three floors. Notice there the original blue glazed tile floor and black marble baseboards. To the right of the entrance hall is the expansive living area with one of many working fire places and details that will cause you to stop in awe.
Continue through the equally grand formal dining room into a different decade, an exceptionally well-preserved, mid-century modern kitchen with still functioning atomic style built-in stainless steel oven and cook top.
Take a look in the basement and you will find your very own Mad Men party room with 60 s chic styling, colored mood lighting, and a large retractable movie screen. Of course there is a discreet projection booth in the back to complement it.
You can literally get lost in this house with 4 kitchens, 8 bedrooms, assorted living areas, 5.5 bathrooms, two car garage, and miscellaneous offices, storage rooms, walk-in closets, etc. In the back there is a lovely, secluded garden. The lot surrounding the house is beautifully landscaped. With two separate staircases going all the way up to the third floor there are endless possibilities.
If you ever desired to have a home where you could live and entertain in an upmost elegant manner This is your house.
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