This two and a half bedroom, one bath co-op apartment is a timeless classic in a prime Park Slope location. As you ascend the beautifully restored stoop and brick-faced facade you enter into an impeccably restored and well-maintained common area, and one more flight up delightfully carpeted stairs, enter Apartment #2, the only unit on this floor. Warm and welcoming, the entry foyer is large enough for decorative pieces and the additional storage of life's practical necessities, though you wont need it as there are also three closets in this area, one of which houses a washer and dryer. A wood burning fireplace, traditional pine floors, and original shutters are a nod to the this unit's rich past, while the updated kitchen harmoniously complements the grace of soaring 10 foot ceilings. Inhabited by a graphic designer for over three decades, the space is as effective as it is pleasing to the eye. The kitchen seamlessly opens into a large exposed brick dining and living area, creating an ease of flow that makes you feel at once relaxed yet eager to entertain. The discreet and well-planned office has tremendous built-in shelving, cabinets and a workstation that can be easily transformed into a bedroom or den if needed. Off of the entry foyer, you will also find the renovated spa bathroom, which has a double walk-in shower with a rain feature, as well as a hand-held massage shower head. The fine glass tiling is showcased by well thought-out lighting, and there is ample and inconspicuous storage for all of your bathroom essentials and a radiant heated floor for your comfort. For true privacy, the enormous master bedroom is located completely separated from the rest of the apartment, has a large window overlooking the quiet gardens of Park Slope, and double -closet, perfect for two different wardrobes. Further down the hall is another closet just before you enter the second bedroom which also has its very own double-closet and picture window. This apartment currently does not have outdoor space but does come with pre-approval from the board to build a rear deck. This well-established and intimate three-unit cooperative building is located on a flourishing tree-lined block, currently zoned for PS 321, around the corner from the fine dining and conveniences of Fifth Avenue, and is minutes from the R train.