Superbly located in the North Slope, this classic 4 story, 3600 sq. ft. brownstone has beautiful historical detail: six original marble mantels, arched doorways, original pocket doors, gorgeous intact plaster moldings on the ceilings, unpainted wooden shutters, 11 ceilings on the parlor floor and tin ceilings on the ground floor. As with the most desirable townhouses, this home measures 20 feet wide, offering generous spaces, not the narrow rooms common in homes of lesser width. The house is currently set up as a double duplex. The upper duplex was recently renovated. It has a fantastic full-width living/dining room, four bedrooms, two full baths, and a washer/dryer. The lower duplex has two bedrooms and two baths. Originally, the building was designed and used as a single family home. Converting it back to a single family is very easily done without a lot of work. Or, if you want an apartment for extended family or rental income, the house also easily converts to a triplex over a ground floor apartment. In either of those configurations, the gorgeous parlor floor, with its soaring 11 high ceilings, grand proportions and all its historical detail, is the heart of your home. This is the space that defines brownstone living! With your renovation of the kitchen and the addition of a deck off the back dining room with stairs down to the generously-sized yard, the parlor floor will be even more perfect. The brownstone of the Italianate-style facade was recently redone and is in excellent condition. Located on a leafy landmarked block, it is a few houses up from 5th avenue and across the street from the beloved Berkeley playground. It s right in the middle of the best that Park Slope has to offer. It s within easy walking distance to The Greenmarket at Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, and all of the restaurants, coffee places, grocery stores and shops that have made Park Slope one of most well-known and livable neighborhoods of all NYC.