A Historical Brownstone You Won't Soon Forget.**THE OWNERS LIVE IN THIS PROPERTY AS A SINGLE FAMILY HOME...BUT, IT CAN EASILY BE CONVERTED TO A TWO FAMILY HOME**Their uncommon take on this turn of the century brownstone in Historical Stuyvesant Heights will leave you breathless and wanting more. Originally designed by Charles Infanger in 1899, this 3-family home design has been a labor of love and is so unique that it is a staple on the Brownstoner's Annual Bedford Stuyvesant House Tour. Currently occupied as a single family, the design and layout of the home is really something special. There is the option to occupy it as a one family : 3-Bedroom triplex with two story atrium plus floor through garden entertainment space and second kitchen; OR as 2-family: a 3Bed/2.5Bath duplex w/deck over a 1Bed/1Bath garden with basement. This is the first time the home has been on the market in 44 years.LEVEL ONEEnter through the french doors on the garden level and the first thing you will notice are the restored tin ceilings and wide open entertainment space with recessed lighting , built-in corner bar, wall to wall entertainment system, and hardwood floors. You also have a full bathroom with linen closet, floating glass bowl sink, and walk-in double headed shower with built-in bench for relaxing after a long day. As you pass through the second set of french doors, enter the secondary kitchen with a wall of windows, mahogany cabinets and exposed brick against a glass backsplash. Beyond the kitchen is a sun room/mud room that leads to the smartly designed garden. The garden is comprised of four distinct settings: a side patio perfect or grilling, a lower raised wooden deck for alfresco dining, a covered back patio which allows you to enjoy the garden on rainy days, and steps leading to an upper ivy covered deck with grape vines for lazing in the sun.[Alternatively, you could use this level as a 1 Bed/1Bath duplex apartment by converting the full basement below into an entertainment room]LEVEL TWO When you enter this beautiful home from the parlour level you will immediately know that you are entering what has been a labor of love to not only restore the original details but to then go beyond and juxtapose it with modern and glass finishes for an intriguing design concept. The front vestibule has all original moldings and wainscoting, pressed tin ceiling and original brownstone doors. Step inside and you will experience the true meaning of open plan. The front parlour has exposed brick walls and a two story atrium with skylight makes for a natural sunlight flooded living room. This level also boasts a wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, glass walls and floating steps which allow you to enjoy the beauty of the space from all angles. In the center parlour you'll find a raised formal dining room with recessed lighting, and a wall of cabinets to house all of your china, and display your art. Beyond the dining room, you'll enter a massive windowed open plan chef's kitchen with tin ceiling, a raised breakfast bar, and stainless steel appliances. Continue through the kitchen and you'll find a large lovely breakfast room with skylight and three walls of windows overlooking brownstone gardens.LEVEL THREEAs you head up the floating staircase to the third level you'll immediately appreciate the double skylights and glass railings in the hallway. They not only allow the natural sunlight in, but also allows you to experience the beauty of both floors at once. As you stand in the catwalk hallway, to your left is a funky windowed bathroom with and beyond that the king sized master suite. Here you'll find the original parquet floors with inlaid border, fireplace with crane motif, picture frame moldings for your books and art, and a classic black and white subway tiled bathroom. At the opposite end of the hall you'll find two glass enclosed bedrooms with exposed brick walls and hardwood floors. 63 Chauncey is a quiet landmarked tree-lined block located between Lewis Ave and Stuyvesant Ave across from Fulton Park. Within a 5 block radius you'll find numerous trendy bars, restaurants, and shops to explore including Peaches, Saraghina, Brooklyn Beso, Lunatico, Casablanca Lounge, L'Antagoniste, Chez Oskar, and Manny's --if you ever decide to leave your amazing home. A/C train at Utica will put you at Barclays Center in 15min and Manhattan in 30min.