This massive Renaissance Revival brownstone is less than 25 yards from Prospect Park in the heart of Park Slope. Built circa 1910, the 5-story home has been lovingly restored and abounds in period details like tiled fireplaces, stained glass, enormous mirrors and ornate woodwork. It is currently configured as an ownerâ€™s triplex with a rental duplex on the top two floors.The building measures 22 feet wide and 52 feet deep with 18 feet extensions on 2 levels. The lot is 22â€™ x 100â€™. A total of 6, 497 square feet! The sweeping parlor floor has 11 foot ceilings and an open layout that creates a sense of airy roominess quite unusual for urban living. Four rooms flow seamlessly into each other -- a gracious living room, a library lined with mahogany built-in bookcases, a grand dining room and a kitchen designed for a serious gourmet cook. The kitchen has top of the line stainless steel appliances from Sub Zero and Dacor and counters inlaid with striking green marble.A spectacular mahogany staircase leads to the second floor with its two sprawling bedrooms, a bathroom with an original claw-foot tub and a sunny south facing terrace perfect for morning coffee or an evening glass of wine.The garden floor of the triplex is used as guest quarters and combines a large living room, kitchenette, full bath and bedroom which opens out into a beautifully landscaped backyard.The upper duplex has three bedrooms, 2 full baths, living room, dining room and kitchen. It can be used for rental income or combined with the owner triplex to create a truly grand family home in one of the friendliest neighborhoods in the city.Prospect Park offers unparalleled opportunities for outdoor recreation and a wide variety of performing arts. Nearby 7th Avenue bustles with boutique shops and artisanal restaurants. Every Saturday brings a beloved Farmerâ€™s Market to Grand Army Plaza and the world-class Brooklyn Museum is nearby on Eastern Parkway. The closest subway stops are the 2 and 3 at Grand Army Plaza and the F train stop at 7th Avenue. Zoned for PS 321.