This monumental 5,000 square foot brownstone stands an impressive 5 stories, just strides from historic Grand Army Plaza and glorious Prospect Park. Originally constructed in the early 1800s by builder Thomas Fagan, known for being active in developing the district, he first purchased the land in 1883 and built 200 Lincoln Place and its five neighboring brownstones shortly thereafter. Sitting on a sizable 21 x 100 foot lot and built 48 feet deep this three-unit homes unique layout creates a large family-sized triplex with two income producing units on the 4th and 5th stories. Enter the owners triplex on the grand parlor level with its souring 12.5 foot ceilings, over-sized burled walnut doors, pier mirrors, leaded glass windows and inlaid flooring. This level of the triplex is more formal encompassing the homes living room, home office space, den and the required charming powder room. Take the stairs down to the garden level and find the thoughtfully laid out formal dining room, renovated full bathroom and eat-in kitchen. Featuring chef's grade appliances, fantastic custom mill-work and storage the kitchen opens up to the home's planted garden and courtyard canopied by a spectacular weeping cherry tree. Turn of the century details on this floor include original plaster-work, wall and ceiling moldings, chandelier escutcheon, wainscoting, built-in sideboard with original glass mirrors, Jefferson shutters and a fireplace mantelpiece in the dining room. The third level of the triplex features three well-proportioned bedrooms. The size-able en-suite master bedroom is quietly tucked away in the back of the home and is complete with pass-through dressing area and over-sized windowed spa bath built for two featuring a soaking tub and separate shower. The 4th and 5th floors of this property are income producing renovated rental apartments. The unique 5th floor apartment is loft-like with exposed brick and a vaulted ceiling. This magnificent property makes for a wonderful home as well as an exceptional investment. Located on Lincoln Place between 7th and 8th Avenues in the north Slope, you will find yourself surrounded by amazing dining and shopping and just a few strides to the coveted 2/3 train.