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 owner'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 22' x 100'. 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 Farmer'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.