This row was part of a suburban development called the Arts and Crafts Bungalows, and its name was aptly chosen. It is part of the Ditmas Park neighborhood, developed in the early part of the twentieth century into an enclave of 175 large frame houses on tree-lined streets. Even before these houses were built, a local neighborhood association, one of the city’s first, had drawn up its own rules for zoning intended to preserve the character of the area.
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