This chic, completely renovated loft-style home will charm you instantly with its high ceilings, large windows, oak flooring, loads of custom built-ins and expansive layout. Currently configured as a one bedroom, it can easily be returned to its legal 2 bedroom status (see alternative floorplan). Upon entering the gracious entry hall, the cozy bedroom with large closets and clever storage will greet you. A soundproof, sliding door separates this room from the rest of the space. An entire wall of custom-designed built-ins complete with shelving, nooks, bookcases and file cabinets makes staying organized a snap. The beautiful, large live edge wooden desk for two takes "working from home" to a whole new level. The open living/dining and kitchen area is spacious and welcoming. Windows facing east and west allow natural sunlight to flood the home. The kitchen features a cement Cuban tile backsplash, walnut counter and window sills, Miele dishwasher, Blue Star professional stove with large hood venting out and space saving combination LG washer and dryer. The windowed bathroom includes Ann Sacks floor tiles, a tub/shower and wood vanity. A ceiling hook-up for projection entertainment, a private storage unit ($30/month) and dual split system for air conditioning and heat round out the offerings of this special home. The 16-unit prewar co-op has shared laundry facilities, bike storage and a lovely, well-maintained and landscaped courtyard with seating and grills. Located on tree-lined Clinton Avenue, at the corner of Myrtle and a block from DeKalb Avenues, neighborhood spots like Miss Ada, Evelina, Colonia Verde, Bar Bolinas and Peck's are conveniently nearby. Enjoy close proximity to the celebrated Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Pratt Institute and Sculpture Garden. Shop for fresh food all year round at the Greenmarket in Fort Greene on Saturdays. Transportation options include the G and C subway lines, Citibike, B54 and B52 buses, the Navy Yard ferry service to the financial district and the trains at Atlantic Ave-Barclays Center. The building allows cats but sorry, no dogs.