413 Dean Street provides the rare opportunity to own a single family townhouse that has original details (pumpkin pine wide plank floors, marble mantels and crown molding) and modern conveniences (all glass Kolbe custom windows and door to the private garden, central air conditioning, new boiler, reinforced steel beams and studs). And it's private and convenient. The large kitchen has custom walnut cabinetry with smart niches, storage and pantry, brand new appliances (Subzero refrigerator, Wine refrigerator, Wolf 4-burner stove with grill and oven, Wolf microwave, KitchenAid dishwasher), Cloudburst Caesarstone countertop, Silgranit Blanco sink and faucet. The floors of the garden level are 5" white oak. The living area has original wood and new steel beams and there is an adjacent sleek powder room. The garden is generous with room to roam and has a bonus treehouse. Flavor Paper Brooklyn Toile wallpaper invites you to the staircase up to the parlor level, where you will find high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, a living room, dining room and wet bar. The top two floors are the sleeping floors, with four bedrooms, an office, a playroom and two full renovated bathrooms (hand-made Marrakech design floor tiles) . Positioned at the intersection of Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Boerum Hill and Fort Greene, you have the best of all neighborhoods and 9 subway lines (2/3, 4/5 and B/D/Q/N/R) a couple of blocks away. Park Slope's restaurant row is on 5th Avenue with favorites like Al di La Trattoria, Convivium Osteria, Miriam, Blueprint (cocktail bar), Ovenly (bakery) and more. Also, let's not forget the infamous Park Slope Food Coop. First showing is at the open house, Sunday, February 10th from 12pm to 1pm.