Ditmas Park is one of three Flatbush neighborhoods which has been officially designated a Historic District. A quiet residential community located on land that remained rural until the early twentieth century, it is a suburban-like housing development consisting of large, free-standing homes built in the first decade of the twentieth century. The Ditmas Park association, founded in 1908, is still active today.Strolling through the tree-lined streets, it’s obvious that the residents take pride in maintaining the integrity of their historic homes, and that many are avid garndeners. Ditmas Park is a friendly place, boasting an active homeowner association which hosts social events, publishes a newsletter and a home improvement directory, and works on numerous civic issues, often jointly with it sister neighborhoods and the Flatbush Development Corporation.
For more information about the neighborhood today, please call the Ditmas Park Association President, Monica MacAdams at 718.287.2202 or Marion Lipton, 718.941.9881.
Ditmas Park
  • Three Bedroom Rental

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    $2,700 mth

    Spacious and large three  bedroom, located in Ditmas Park – 1st floor of a Victorian home. Entry way, double living room, and spacious Kitchen. Three Bedrooms and full bathroom. Private rear yard, all newly done with Turf and flag stone. Home…

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  • Sold

    Listing #684


    Beautifully restored Colonial Revival Home in the heart of Ditmas Park! This gracious colonial revival three-story house has a brick exterior with angled bay windows and pedimented dormers. The home has generously proportioned rooms and features many original period details,…

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  • Sold

    Listing #682


    Beautifully restored Victorian home with gorgeous proportions and spacious, airy rooms. This gracious house has a classic floor plan with oversized, sun-filled rooms that have been seamlessly maintained. The living area has the original tiled fireplace and mantelpiece, plus a well-balanced…

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