This three-story Victorian home was built in the exciting era of 1904 – a time of great promise. The first New York City subway had been built and the new electric light bulb illuminated Brooklyn’s Luna Park in Coney Island. The Loralei takes its place among hundreds of stately homes along sycamore-lined streets making the historic neighborhood of Ditmas Park one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the United States. When guests visit the Loralei for the first time, they cannot believe that such a private enclave of Victorian life exists within New York City. The long-time owners, Lance and Rob, have spent many years restoring the interior of this beautiful home.