Like stepping into design magazine! This beautiful home has been masterfully renovated from top to bottom. No detail was overlooked and no expense was spared in its transformation. Great care was taken to preserve the innate charm and beauty of its Art Deco character, while reimagining every square inch into usable, practical, thoroughly modern space. With its twelve windows along three exposures, high ceilings, open layout and generously sized rooms, the sense of space, light and flow is unsurpassed. The gracious foyer leads into a sun-filled living room with bucolic park views. The kitchen is a chef's dream, featuring custom cabinetry, Viking range with commercial-grade hood, Viking fridge, Bosch dishwasher, Elkay sinks, granite counters and a butler's pantry. It's open to the dining room, which currently serves as an expansive media and family room. Both of the marble baths are pretty and pristine, but the master bath is truly special with its dual vanity, basket weave Carrera marble floors and extra-large shower. All three bedrooms are spacious, light and airy, including the dreamy master, overlooking Mt. Prospect Park. Its many other features include: custom millwork, French doors and all new solid-wood doors, exquisite hardware, skim-coated plaster walls, high beamed ceilings, exceptional closet and storage space, your own laundry room, updated plumbing and electrical, and original quarter sawn oak floors with mahogany trim, which have been meticulously restored and richly stained. Built in 1926, The Copley is the Grande Dame of Eastern Parkway and was originally known simply as "Brooklyn's Finest Apartment Building." It offers concrete and plaster construction (which allows for exceptional soundproofing), white-glove services, a common roof terrace with stunning views, cage storage (upon availability) and bike room. The building's magnificent lobby has been carefully restored and its coffered ceiling, frescos and gleaming marble is truly breathtaking. This pet-friendly coop is a block from Grand Army Plaza (with its weekend farmers' market), across the street from Mt. Prospect Park, and an easy walk to Brooklyn's cultural heart: The Museum, Botanic Garden, Library, Prospect Park. The 2/3 trains are right outside your door and you're a heartbeat away from the neighborhood's amazing cafes, shops and restaurants. This combination of space, quality and location is rarely available and should not be missed.