Bedford-Stuyvesant brownstone embodying both modern and historic design. An early 19th century TWO family, FOUR story home, built 19' x 42' on a 19' x 100' lot (19' 58' yard). The First apartment is a TRIPLEX 4 bedroom and 3.5 bath, entering from front stoop to a parlor floor with soaring 12' ceilings open floor plan with living room, dining room, half bath and kitchen, with back glass wall, black trim and french doors opening to a southern outdoor terrace and abundant natural light to flight the interior. From the terrace a staircase down to a slatted patio with fire pit, seating, back lawn with boxwood bushes surrounded and a huge center Maple Tree offering the perfect canopy of leaves cooling those hot summer days. A beautifully designed kitchen with walnut island counter, custom black wood lower cabinets with brass pulls, walnut shelves, polished concrete sink, Quartz Stone countertops and top appointed appliances: Wolf range, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Bosch Dishwasher. The 3rd floor occupies the master bedroom suite with its vaulted 16.5' ceilings, hand blown gray glass chandeliers and a master bath with a glass shower and soaking tub and a 2nd bedroom. The 4th Floor offers two bedrooms, one facing south over tree canopy and the 2nd interior with an opening skylight and full windowed bath. Other features include hand stained red oak floors finished with Rubio Monocoat, with no-Voc's, nest thermostat controlled Central AC and heat and fully wired security and camera system throughout. This interior renovation has struck the perfect balance between historic classic design with many modern upgrades. The second apartment entering front door under the brownstone stoop from the blue slated and planted front yard is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath duplex apartment with opening access to garden and a large basement wreck-room/ media room with washer/ dryer closet. A $3000 per month rental income. Washer/ Dryer, separately metered gas/electric and hot water heaters. Bedford-Stuyvesant, once part of the rapid urbanization of Brooklyn, with its traditional Federal and Greek Revival architectural styles of a brownstone facade and stoop, doorway trim, window lintels and sills. A prime location to many of the new /trendy restaurants, cafes, and subway transportation: the G train at Myrtle-Willoughby and J/Z/M at Flushing Avenue.