Brooklyn Landmarks-Ditmas Park

 DITMAS PARK

The Ditmas Park historic district was developed in 1902 by realtor Lewis H. Pounds, it features two-story homes, many in the Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival and bungalow styles. The district includes one of the best rows of Craftsman bungalows on the East Coast. Deep lawns and sidewalk malls with plantings complete the suburban feel of the neighborhood. Designated August 29, 1981.

Title: Looking Northeast at 499 East 18th Street

Borough: Brooklyn

Historic District: Ditmas Park

Keywords: residential, porch

Description: Residences along East 18th Street

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