Meticulously maintained apartment just adjacent to the exclusive Lefferts Manor historic district. It is on the second/ top floor of an owner occupied brownstone built circa 1899. Approximately 1,000sqft, it includes a large living room with a bay window and mirrored mantel, a formal dining room with two built-in china cabinets and two bedrooms. A whole wall of closets in one room provides more than the average nyc closet space. An old dumbwaiter acts as a good linen closet. Plenty of room for home office. The windowed kitchen has lots of cabintes and extra counter space. Period details include beautiful oak floors, high ceilings, pocket doors and lots of original woodwork. All four street facing windows have original shutters that disappear into the frame when open. The B & Q at Prospect Park are alternate subways to the even closer 2 & 5 at Sterling Street. Halloween is just around the corner and the streets in this neighborhood are closed to traffic for a parade of costumed fun and hauntingly decorated mansions.