This home is simply sublime. Sun drenched and south facing on the fourth (and top) floor of a Park Slope brownstone, the sophistication, refinement and love that went into the restoration of this apartment is evident from the minute you step inside. From its palette of pewter gray walls and alabaster white ceilings and cove moldings to the turn-of-the-century wood details, a sense of serenity prevails. Its galley entrance reveals beautiful reclaimed antique heart pine floors and a double-wide and double-deep front closet with custom wood-framed mirrored doors. Built-in cherry bookshelves along one wall house a personal library and collectibles. The kitchen is a gem of convenience and taste. Thoughtfully planned, its u-shape has ceiling-high cabinets, under-counter Sub-Zero fridge and freezer drawers, a Wolf stove, a pantry closet and an extra deep sink. The living/dining room features a triple-window bay and wood-burning fireplace, providing warmth from sun and hearth. A second wall of built-in bookshelves and lower cabinetry is a perfect companion to the original woodwork of the mantel, pocket shutters and window surrounds. The cozy bedroom fits a queen-sized bed, night table and armoire and has another south-facing window. The windowed bath features a classic black and white tiled floor, a spacious linen closet, a pedestal sink and a tub and shower enveloped in white subway wall tile. With a maintenance of only $443 a month, your living expenses are minimal. 135 Garfield is a pet-friendly, non-smoking, responsibly run self-managed co-op with newly painted and carpeted hallways, stripped steel apartment doors, laundry and bike storage in the basement, a common roof deck with gorgeous views and no underlying mortgage. Just down the block and around the corner find Fifth Avenue at its best: Kos Kaffe Roasting House, al di la Trattoria, Haenyeo Korean, Negril Caribbean, La Villa, Calexico, Buttermilk Bakery... and that's just one block in either direction! Everything you might need in your daily life is only blocks away, including public transportation right on Fifth Avenue's B63 bus and the R train one more block west on Fourth Avenue. Do good things come in small packages? You bet they do!