Stroll down this idyllic street, just five houses from Prospect Park, to your sunny, land marked, neo-Italian Renaissance limestone on an extra wide tree-lined boulevard. This circa 1901 townhouse, designed by architect Benjamin Dreisler, was held by the same family for over 70 years! As the stewards of this 20.5'-wide and 46'-deep home, they lovingly maintained all of the original architectural designs. Many of the lovely pre-war details include custom built-ins, decorative fireplaces, mantles, bead board wainscoting, crown moldings, inlaid hardwoods, bay windows, pocket doors, ornate banisters, railings and so much more! Currently set up as a two-family, the vacant upstairs unit has two bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a windowed kitchen with laundry, and one bath. The downstairs duplex is generously comprised of three bedrooms and one-and-a-half baths with access to the ample backyard. Zoned for PS 107. Come delight in this pre-war masterpiece and discover home on this handsome boulevard in Brooklyn!