From the moment you step into the entry hall, you will appreciate the attention to detail and quality craftsmanship of this customized home. Tastefully restored with modernized layouts, this townhouse is located on a sunny tree lined block within the proposed extension of the Mount Morris Park Historic District. The elegant brownstone facade boasts restored ornate Victorian details and south facing light throughout the day. The house was designed in the 1880s by well known firm Heins & La Farge, architects of the nearby Cathedral of Saint John the Divine and the original NYC subway system. Architect James Hadley oversaw a two year renovation completed in 2006. Recent upgrades include a 2-story building extension with chef kitchen and all new electrical wiring and mechanicals. Sophisticated small duct system by Unico efficiently distributes central heat and air conditioning without comprising ceiling heights. The dimensions of the building are 19 x 60 totaling 4,400 livable square feet, excluding the full cellar with plenty of storage space. The 4 story townhouse is comprised of an owner duplex on the 1st and 2nd floors, a garden floor 2-bedroom apartment and a 3rd floor 1-bedroom apartment. Currently the two rentals generate over $50,000 annual income. However, the 3rd floor unit could easily be incorporated to establish an owners triplex. Each apartment is separately metered for electric, domestic water and air conditioning. The dramatic parlor floor is ideal for entertaining. The living space, dining room and kitchen flow graciously to the exterior deck and lushly appointed garden. The windowed kitchen features custom wood cabinets, granite countertops, a commercial Wolf range and exhaust system, and Bosch stainless steel appliances. The 2nd floor master suite includes a spacious bedroom with 4 closets, 2 full baths, and 2 original fireplaces. An adjacent office/family room can easily be converted to a separate bedroom.