NO-FEE! In 1890 A. W. Blazo hired architect Frederick B. Langston to design this grand home at 312 Lewis Avenue. This 3550 plus square foot brownstone located on a beautiful tree-lined street in the Stuyvesant Heights section of Bedford Stuyvesant. This home has been restored and updated to the authentic historic charm with 21st century amenities. The house is full of original historical detail, including six fireplace mantels with Minton style tiles, window shutters, plaster walls and ceiling moldings, waist high wainscoting, hardwood flooring, Eastlake period door hardware and beautifully restored vintage wood doors and windows. As you enter the home through the front door you are greeted by a staircase with detailed wood carvings. On the parlor floor you will find a large front sitting room and back parlor that are separated by original pocket doors. The gourmet kitchen on the garden floor is home to a large stone counters with a built-in sink, under-counter dishwasher and storage space. Cooking on a six burner Viking stove that will be delightful particularly when using the commercial grade hood which vents to the outside. The kitchen area also has a thoughtfully designed food pantry closet and another large storage closet. The garden off the kitchen will give you the private outdoor space you always wanted. The remainder of the home has five separate rooms and four bathrooms. The largest bedroom has an en-suite bathroom to accommodate additional privacy. All the bathrooms are new with Kohler bath fittings (except for a original tub, which has traditional fittings) and elegant glass shower enclosures. There are also a two washers / dryers on premises. This is a great opportunity to rent a stately, spacious and sunny place on Lewis Avenue between Jefferson and Putnam Avenues, a gorgeous tree-lined block filled with historic brownstones in a vibrant yet laid-back community in the Stuyvesant Heights section of Bedford Stuyvesant. You are a stone's throw from many of Bedford Stuyvesant best stores and restaurants, like Saraghina(bar/restaurant and bakery), Peaches, Tradroom and L'Antagoniste to name a few. Close to the C and A trains at Utica Avenue express subway stop which is a quick trip to Manhattan and only 19 minutes to the JFK Airport/Howard Beach stop in the other direction.Pets may be approved on a case by case basis.