Step Inside an Eclectic Yet Airy Brooklyn Home Listed for $3.2M

In historic Ditmas Park, a fresh combination of New York City styles awaits. With the bright, open feel of a Tribeca loft and the vibrant, quirky spirit of Brooklyn, this four-story townhouse is full of personality. Recently restored by a design-loving husband/wife duo and now listed for $3.2 million, it’s a gem in Brooklyn waiting to be found.

Brimming with eclectic furnishings, patterned wallpapers, and clean lines, there’s no end to where your eye will travel when touring this home. It brings in a SoHo feel with the exposed metal beams and hardware, plus a brick chimney that shines on every floor. Huge windows and French white oak floors balance these industrial details with plenty of light.

There are ample living spaces where a new owner can soak in all the brilliant details. Get cozy by the sleek gas fireplace or cook in the modern kitchen with Titanio charcoal lacquer custom cabinets imported from Italy.

Upstairs, the second floor holds four bedrooms while the master suite has total privacy occupying the top level all on its own. Then, the zone for fun is undoubtedly the finished basement. It holds a guest bedroom area, workout area, office, screening room, and a full bathroom. A true jack of all trades.

The home beautifully pays homage to the Big Apple with its diverse and fashionable design. Just moments from Prospect Park but an easy ride to Manhattan, it is a New York City delight.

Rebekah Carver of Douglas Elliman has the listing.