Come home to the beautifully preserved period details in this amazing three-bedroom, one and a half bath townhouse. In addition to three extra-large bedrooms and two full bathrooms, this home is dripping in original details: two oversized pier mirrors, four original wooden fireplaces, original plaster work, crown moldings, wainscoting, carved oak staircase, oak floors with inlay, vestibule tile floor, built in bookshelves and closets, dressing and sink vanity in master closet, stained glass and original doors with crystal and brass knobs throughout the house. This home also features an exquisite formal living room that has a large pier mirror as the centerpiece, a formal dining room and a family room. In addition to the size and grandeur, enjoy the nicely landscaped backyard as well as the finished basement complete with a laundry room and a full bathroom. Conveniently located three blocks from Prospect Park in the Prospect Lefferts Manor Landmark Historic District, 128 Maple Street is the second in a group of four neo-Renaissance style limestone houses designed by architect Axel Hedman and built by Eli H. Bishop Son in 1911. Most of Maple Street's picturesque landscape is lined with two-story, limestone houses designed in two related styles by Axel Hedman and built by Eli H. Bishop Son between 1908 and 1911 resulting in a unified streetscape of visual grandeur. Enjoy all that Brooklyn has to offer, being centrally located to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, the Brooklyn Public Library and the Brooklyn Museum. Conveniently located to transportation two blocks to the B, Q S train at Prospect Park Subway Station and 4 blocks to the 2 5 train at Sterling Place.