For $2.1M, a detached Ditmas Park charmer with a front porch

A house with a brick front porch and cream-colored siding on the upper level.

The circa-1900 home has a cozy front porch. | Anton Brooks for Carolyn Cedar, Compass

The rambling Brooklyn home has tons of yard space

Another day, another lovely detached Ditmas Park house has hit the market: This particular home, situated on Westminster Road between Beverley and Cortelyou roads, is a circa-1900 structure that’s asking $2.1 million.

Though it could be used as a two-family home, it’s currently in a single-family configuration, according to the listing. It sits on a positively huge plot of land, with enough room for a two-car garage, an expansive backyard (with a deck and a patio), and a sweet front porch overlooking the front yard.

While it’s not as obviously inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement as some of the neighborhood’s other homes, this house does have some of those elements, including wainscoting in the living and dining rooms, and a lovely wooden staircase. The first floor has those two rooms, along with a bright eat-in kitchen; the second and third floors are given over to the bedrooms, including a master suite with a walk-in closet.

The house at 251 Westminster Road is listed for $2.1 million with Compass’s Carolyn Cedar.

A kitchen with a small table and four chairs, orange walls and cabinets, and three windows.
The kitchen is painted a cheerful orange color.
A living room with a brown couch, a television, and a bay window.
The living room has bay windows and some built-in shelving.
A dining room with a small table surrounded by four chairs. There are two windows. A door leads to another room.
Vintage details, like wainscoting around the windows, remain throughout the house.
A bedroom with orange walls and several windows.
The master bedroom has its own walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom.
A yard with a wooden deck, a brick patio, and a patch of grassy land with a hammock.
The backyard has a deck, a back patio, and a small patch of grass.

Source: ny.curbed
For .1M, a detached Ditmas Park charmer with a front porch